“Amin was a boy like many others. Tired of his life at home, he and his sister, Sabira, ran away. They spent three years in Bombay’s stations. Then, they were picked up by Sr. Seraphine and Fr. Placido Fonseca, who took them to Snehasadan, a home for homeless children.
There, Amin grew up under the care of Fr. Placido Fonseca.
This is Amin’s story, told in his own words. With the proceeds from this book, he hopes to open a library cafe named Bombay to Barcelona”.
I have many dreams. One of them is open a coffee shop with a library. In this coffee shop all the workers, girls and boys, will come from my orphanage, Snehasadan. These are some of my dreams, and this book is the first step, like a candle. I need the opportunity. But I also want to give this opportunity back to others like me.
“THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING”
“I CAME A LONG WAY AND I STILL HAVE A LONG WAY TO GO”
“REMEMBER SMILE WITHOUT REASON WHY? BECAUSE LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL”
“SEE YOU ALL AROUND MY DREAMS”