"Alwar says he is present in all forms by the words "இவ்வுருவுகள்". Not only in all times and everywhere but also in all forms." - this means He is existent in that beggar outside the temple doors. If a person kicks such a beggar with contempt, has hatred in his heart towards others then is there any meaning if such a person 'goes to God' and does some ritual? Is that really Bhakthi?
No answer is really expected -
I really dont get this!
Anyone can kick anyone...a temple goer can kick a beggar...a beggar can kick a dog.
Sage Bhirgu can kick even Lord Vishnu..list can go on and on.
Anger leads to extreme behavior.
Frankly speaking what has this got to do with Bhakti?
Bhakti itself is hard to define...many claim to have Bhakti or even Shraddha or Higher Thinking for the matter...but these are mere claims..a weakness of the mind that imagines they are "better" than another.
The act of kicking does not have to be physical...one can "kick" another by a bloated ego too and looking down upon others by unsolicited claims having Shraddha/Higher Thinking Capacity etc.
So if such a person thinks that they have understood Ishvara ...is this really believable?
Vidya(Knowledge/Wisdom) always comes with Vinayam(Humility)...I guess we already know the answer.