Whenever he is hungry he seeks me out and asks for food. If I permit him, he'd go towards the kitchen with a big smile; if not, he'll wait for me at the far end of the gate (near the kitchen) - no matter how long it takes for me to reach that part of the house. Not once has he approached the cooks by himself asking for food - though he could very well do that, for he is from their own village and know to them all!
Once in a way he asks for money. But if I tell him to 'next time', he will happily go away. Never does he pester anyone for money. He gets a lift wherever he wants to, simply because everyone around here knows him to be a simple guy with absolute nothing more than mere humanity! If none offer him a lift he is happy to walk all the way, singing away! He has an interesting hobby: collecting bits of newspaper with ladies photos, mostly movie actresses.
At times I wonder, how fortunate I am in comparison with Chiranjeevi and at times I feel humbled that he is more human than I. I suppose, these are all God's own ways to remind us of the blessings He bestows on us and which we most often take for granted.