This is the debateably one of the toughest struggle the average man wages inside of himself at the sight of a beggar: To give or not to give? Why should I give to others? Why should I forego a specific need to help another? Why can’t they work? Why won’t the government provide an enabling environment for people to work and earn a living? Why, why, why?
It is okay to feel this way, to feel even the slightest bit of frustration at the sight of another man begging without pride. It is fine to want him to work hard–afterall hardwork is ‘always’ crowned with success. It is a normal human instinct to feel just a bit wary of parting with your ‘sweat’ to a total stranger. It is all fine because we are human–just like the beggar out there.