With the saying "The water drop hollows the stone" that are suggestible, to solve the distributive injustice, we must resist and be patient until we die
In another article and video (1) you left a comment on that enormous amount of literary works (later made into films or not), in which the hero and winner is a minor character, perhaps a child or poor, which overcomes a giant, perhaps a criminal, evil genius or rich.
The scheme is successful in almost all cases: people buy, read, enjoy, with the difficulties of someone very close to us, the readers. Infallibly in an agonizing, dramatic, electrifying end, good overcomes evil and weak and invincible opponent, who throughout the film was threatening us through our representative, the little hero.
What I commented in that article is that, thanks to these literary and cinematic works, the poor and weak we keep quiet, each to his own, enjoying solo with these fantasies, for any question you can think too much unusual and eternal inequality between rich and poor.
To perfect the choral singing of the disadvantaged, the Pope, since its almost heavenly throne, also says heartbroken: “How horrible, how you suffer, the poor. (Rich) should do something".
In the video associated with this article I comment something similar.
When we feel the wise saying: "The drop of water we pierces the stone”, we feel full of wisdom and we from this mystical state, we are dedicated to insist, persevere, claim, order, work, declaim, mourn, endure and all similar verbs, indefinitely, because, as it states the referral saying "If a weak water drop hollows the stone, how much more can I, I'm stronger than a drop of water!”
Perhaps, because it is that we are in the 21st century, we should rephrase the saying, which would read as follows: "The water drop wet the stone".
(1) David y Goliat
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): La gota de agua.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.141)