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I think it's just the idea that their suffering is for a purpose. That by suffering and putting in their dues now, they will have a good pay off later. Or it could just come as a package deal with believing in God or some sort of spiritual entity that could be testing them, or will be working to help them out through their tough times/provide for them, and so on.
Granted, this is only my own limited understanding on the subject.
For many poor people, the afterlife represents hope for a much better life than they are presently living. To poor people, the afterlife is a life without any type of socioeconomic pain nor struggle. They view the afterlife to be socioeconomically free of hunger, struggle, and other types of want. They see that afterlife as a sort of nirvana and bliss.
There are other poor people who view the afterlife as a reward for the struggle and penury they endured while they were on earth. Many poor people were strongly inculcated by their religions that socioeconomic wealth is evil and that being poor, even poverty stricken, is noble and God-like. They maintain that it is just that they suffer and struggle socioeconomically while on earth as there will be a fantastic reward in the afterlife for all their suffering. They maintain that although they were poor on this earth, this poverty will rewarded in the afterlife when such struggle is no more.
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