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  • T.M. Clark

    This young man sits on the side of Empire Road in South Africa and instead of begging he provides book reviews. He collects all these books, reads each of them, and provides reviews for people passing by. If you like the review, he will try to sell you the book. This is how he makes a living. (i.imgur.com)

  • rabolas

    This man sits on the side of Empire Road in Johannesburg and instead of begging he provides book reviews for people passing by.

  • Calla Lily

    This homeless man sits at the side of the road in Johannesburg and reads a stacks of books,he then sells some of those books so he can get a decent meal. Instead of begging for cash he reviews books for the public .His favorite author is John Grisham because "He touches on social justice and I think that's the one thing lacking in the world". With so many odds stacked against him, he always rises above. "I Create We Create"

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