The Love of Beggars
I was born and raised in a beautiful natural resource village. But I moved to Chennai many years ago for work. I am working in a private company in Chennai. I usually do some physical exercises and walking for my physical health. I started walking in the early morning natural environment as usual. One of the events that struck my mind in the events I saw was the tragedy of the child incident born of beggars begging love way lust.
I would be like a mentally ill person to see a respectable thirty-year-old woman in the area where I live if I had taken an old paper plastic bottle with torn clothes and begged and stayed by the roadside. Thirty-five-year-old respectable beggar with another male torn shirt in the same area where she lived was begging like her and carrying a paper plastic bottle and he was staying by the roadside. The two became close over the course of the day and turned into love and ended up in lust. Their relationship continued if the woman became pregnant. In the course of time a child was born to them. He also raised the child on the roadside. They could not take care of the child because they were begging and eating. The baby looked very thin due to lack of proper food. It was horrible that the child suffered with them in the rain and sun. I will always be watching as I go through that. A few months passed and I saw while going through that they could not find the baby but they both wandered around.
I inquired from someone in the area, and he said that the child was dead. But these two beggars took the paper without any worries and wandered around begging. I wondered if they needed such a love and what sin the child born of their lust had committed. What does that baby know? Is all this the Lord's punishment for the sin they have committed before? Is this also one of the Lord's parables? Is it the Lord's command that two male and female beggars should be punished for the sin they committed in previous seasons and that the child born to them should be born as a child and suffer for the sin they committed at birth? One fact becomes clear from this story that whoever makes the mistake must be punished and it must somehow reach a certain point in time. The one who eats salt must become one who drinks water and the one who makes a mistake must become one who enjoys punishment.