A Street Beggar

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A street beggar is a very common figure in towns and cities. He who begs alms in streets is called a street beggar. He is seen sitting at crowded places, such as a bus stand, a railway station, a public square and on an overbridge. A street beggar may be a blind, a dumb, a lame and a disabled person.

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Many of the street beggars are of old age. A street beggar wears dirty and shabby clothes and carries a bowi with him. Whenever a street beggar sees a passer-by, he begs alms by extending the bowl towards the passer-by. If he gets any alms, he becomes happy and prays for the person who has given him alms. Some street beggars beg on foot from one place to another.

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Some street beggars are annoying. They do not easily leave a person if they do not get alms. They become unhappy if their toil is in vain at last. A street beggar is loved by none because begging does not give anything to the society. Inspite of that, we should show mercy to a street beggar who is unable to work and consequently fails to maintain himself or his famiy.

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Right brother,

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The love of neglected people in society is our duty