Poverty is a hindrance to
getting educated. Many children and young persons in India
are unable to go to school because they are not able to maintain themselves
financially. Their parents are unable to give them sufficient food,
clothes, shelter and on top of it expenses for studies. Many poor persons
cannot go for higher education because their living conditions and culture does
not allow them to study peacefully and compete among the best educated persons
in the society.
However, poverty does not hinder the strong
determination of persons who really want to study, learn and pass in the
competitive exams. Such determined persons take the help of
voluntary and charitable organizations and then get scholarships. They
study with the intention of securing a better living condition and having a
better future. For such persons there is no hurdle, if the luck and God
do not pull them down.
Further to help those who study, there are many resources
available, there are books available cheaply, there are social welfare
organizations to provide help. Also, many people show respect and help
for those who want to get educated, in spite of their shortcomings.
This saying is meant to encourage the poor children who
cannot finance their studies, but have strong will to study. This
encourages them to take positive steps.