Nearly every day, I marvel at it. My friend Amin spent his childhood on the streets of this throbbing city, sleeping on railway platforms, cowering in fear from police lathi-blows, eating what he could find wherever. Just the usual, really, just like thousands of other kids here.
But then a few thoughtful people touched his life, and Amin found a way up and out of that squalor. If you meet him today, you will find it hard to believe, as I find it hard to believe, that he had the childhood he did. He has left the tough times firmly behind, and has a remarkably positive outlook on life. Amin now runs a taxi service and has a growing list of clients -- people who are so touched by his warmth and generosity that I really should call that a growing list of friends.
So I'm honoured and delighted to introduce you to Amin and his Sneha Travels. If you need the kind of services he offers, you won't find a better man.