This proverb has some correspondences in Turkish as follows: “You harvest what you sow.”, “You get what you pay for.”, and “No pain no gain.” People are rewarded in parallel to their struggle for it. If they work hard, the gain will be in the same amount of their hard work, correspondingly, they will have a say. On the contrary, provided that people do not perform any action, they will not have a say, for they do not contribute at all. Additionally, once the real meaning of the proverb is considered, people, who sow things in the field and endeavour a lot for them, will have words to say when it is the time to harvest. They will have the right to wish for and decide on whatever falls on their share. If people have no contribution on the field, they will not get a share from it, nor will they have a word to say in order to decide on the matters. Nowadays, this proverb is used to highlight the idea that people, who do not endeavour for anything, cannot have a say.