|Poverty is vividly described in this
verse. Every morning opens with the blighting thought of the struggle for existence that
must again be faced.
I managed to survive yesterday. Has another
day begun and must I go through it again? These are the words of the unfortunate man
to whom the new day means going again through the dreaded trials of yesterday. Nirappu is
Even truth gets depreciated in value by
reason of indigence. The exposition of truth coming from the mouth of the needy man
carries no weight and proves ineffective.
A mother's love is the one thing that can
be expected to stand unaffected by the exigencies of fortune. Even this is likely to grow
lukewarm when the son is a poor man.