Amin lived on the mean streets of Bombay from the age of five, begging, eating off discarded eatables, and sleeping in fear under park benches or in hidden corners of railway stations. But Amin was lucky, taken to an orphanage three years later, he learnt what it means to have a place you can call 'home' and people you can call 'family'. Although his life was far from easy, Amin never forgot believing in the goodness of people and the idea that it only takes one person to change the world. And he started to dream: to write a book and with its profit to open a café that supports street children. A coffee shop with a library where street children (and workers alike) can find a safe heaven and a place that they can call home. You can support this dream by purchasing his book: an autobiographical story which goes to the heart, full of joy, pain and courage to face life and the invincible power of love which shines through even in the darkest hours
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|Size: ||19.3 MB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781326568146 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|