BEGGARS ARE NOT CHOOSER
The maxim under reference is a proverbial phrase coined by HEYWOOD in 1526. It was used a mirror reflection of another proverb " don't look gift horse in a mouth " . These terms were coined before organised state support for poor and expressed widely opinion that if one gets a gift . He should be great full instead of finding faults inn it .Similarly the former proverb means that if one gets something in exchange of his pleading , he should be content with it rather being a cherry pick . The maxim entails deep philosophy as superficially it means that one who pleads could not be a selector ,as he at the mercy of donor . While its imbibed view point is that when any one looks forward for sympathy of others , he compromises his self esteem and self respect . So he has to be content with what he gets in exchange of alms whether useful or not. As per logic applies a beggar is one who asks for alms to fulfill his daily requirements in front of others . While doing so he keeps aside his self esteem , self respect and will. As he has to be thankful to alms provider whether his need is accomplished or not .The beggar begs to fulfill his petty needs in front of others . In exchange he is left with no choice of quality or quantity of alms provided .RABIA JILLANI writes in IBRAT NEWSPAPER ; THE HEALTH OF POOR IS GETTING WORSEN DAY BY DAY , AS THEY ARE BEEN VICTIM OF THEIR OWN MISFORTUNE , THAT LET THEM TO PLEAS FOR BREAD AND BUTTER IN FRONT OF SO CALLED HIGH STARA AND RICH MAN , WHO IN NAME OF CHARITY FORCE THEM TO EAT ROTTEN OR LEFT OVER SPOIL FOOD AT RISK OF THEIR HEALTH ALONG WITH LOST SELF RESPECT AND SELF ESTEEM . Further the maxim is confined not only to individual...
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