My Story: “Please Don’t Make Him Feel Like a Beggar”

The Logical Indian Delhi

September 24th, 2015 / 2:23 PM

Source: Vikas Sharda's Profile

I saw this boy sitting on the pavement outside Noida city centre metro station deeply engrossed in his books. He had this weighing scale with which he was trying to earn some quick bucks. It was evident he wants to study despite his poor upbringing. It is a rare sight. I want you people who travel from Noida metro after 7 pm to use his services and somehow help him get back to studies. And PLEASE don’t make him feel like a beggar.


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