You can often hear it in their face.
Look and Listen for the cry of the poor. Do we even look at their faces?
In Pro 21:13 we find we are not to ignore their cry:
Whoso stoppeth his ears at the cry of the poor, he also shall cry himself, but shall not be heard.
We who are so rich that our cup spills over (Psa 23:5), should we not spill out some of our joy? A smile. A warm greeting. Maybe even a friendly inquiry.
Poor isn’t always about money. And even if a circumstance seems to be about money, the problem isn’t always the problem. Maybe you haven’t the money to give (Act 3:6), but you have reason for hope (1Pe 3:15)
To walk by the cry of the poor (in spirit or otherwise) while covering our eyes and ears, isn’t profitable for anyone’s sake.