Why behave indifferently with the poor seller and the rich seller?We human behave indifferently when we buy things from a poor seller on the roadside and from a rich seller in a shop.
For e.g. A poor man or woman is selling mangoes on the roadside platform. He has only a basket full of mangoes to sell and make his square ends meet with the profit he makes. Supposing he says that a Kg Mango cost Rs. 50/-, we would try to bargain and get it for Rs. 40/-. We hesitate to pay it.
If we go to a mall, and if we happened to buy the same mango kept in rows, with a price tag Rs. 100/- a Kg, We simply pay and get the item. We don't hesitate to pay it.
Why not we help the poor guy by paying the price without bargaining, and make him happy?