One man was publicly offending a man, named Paul:
– You’re an atheist! You’re drinker! Almost a thief!
Paul just smiled in response and din’t retaliate.
One dandy dressed in the silk trousers watching that scene asked Paul:
– How can you tolerate such offences? Do you not feel hurt?
Paul smiled again and told:
– Let’s go with me.
Dandy followed him to the dusty lumber-room. Chajam lighted the kin-dling and began rummaging in the trunk, where found completely worthless tattered robe. He threw it to dandy and said:
– Try it, it will match you. Dandy took a robe, looked at it and resented:- What these dirty rags are for? I am well dressed, and you must be crazy! – and threw a robe back.
– You see, – Chajam said, – you did not want to try rags. Similarly, I did not want to try those dirty words that man threw me. To be aggrieved by offences means to try on rags someone throw at us.