This is Asha’s first international student Mahinder (extreme left). His home in the slum was in front of a dirty smelly public toilet block. He grew up in great poverty. Today he works as a software engineer for Macquarie Bank in Australia. He has just bought a beautiful home in one of the most happening areas of Melbourne, Lygon Street. He invited all the other Asha students and me for dinner at his own home! My heart swelled with pride and joy. At the same time, I addressed all the students, reminding them to stay humble and grounded, always paying it forward to the younger students in the Asha communities, never allowing the chain of transformation to be broken.