When we go out to eat at a fancy restaurants, street kids roaming there is not an unusual sight. I am preety sure they also wish to go inside the restaurant. Sadly, they can’t as they can’t afford it.
Sharing his experience, he posted on Facebook, “Last night my friend and I walked into this little one named Deepak. He lives on the streets of colaba. He entered Starbucks like a boss and said he always wanted to know what happens inside.”
“Before he could start eating I took him to the washroom to wash his hands. I have never seen anyone get so happy entering a washroom. He couldn’t believe how clean the water was and joyfully kept splashing water on his face.”
“The whole point is to value the things we have and also creating value. We waste food and water all the time. Its not about taking them to fancy places, it’s about touching more lives and encouraging and empowering them to lead a better life. I told him how it is important to wash hands before eating. Also that even if you’re parents don’t put you in a school you can do great things in life and once you do you can come to these places on your own,” he wrote.
We all need to contribute to build a better society.