He who accumulates in summer: The subterranean insect was recently introduced to act as an illustration of hard work in the mid-year (Proverbs 6:6-8). The thought here is of a wise individual who shows shrewdness by buckling down. Assembles in summer: An all-around picking season is the best bit of leeway of any activity, which, as it is only from time to time found in scurry, so it is time and again lost in delay. The men of Issachar were in incredible record with David, since ‘they had a comprehension of the occasions; they have the understanding of the time, to realize what Israel should do,’ and when to do it; [1 Chronicles 12:32]. Joseph took advantage of his opportunity to plan and safeguard his life and that of the people to overcome the impact of a generally fruitless future (Genesis 41:46-57; cf. John 9:4).