My Story: He Was Begging For Money But Instead Of Giving Him Money, I Offered Him..

The Logical Indian

November 8th, 2015 / 1:38 PM

Source: Humans of Bombay

 

“When I found him, he was begging for money to support his family, but instead of giving him money, which would last him a few days, I decided to offer him a job as my assistant. Of course he was and still is underage, but he has a lot more dignity doing this than just asking around for money. In the end, it worked out well for both of us – I needed the help and he needed to support his family, both of which have now been accomplished.”


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