Harold D’Souza inaugurates “South Asian Public Library” in Atlanta
USA: Co-chair of the historic United States Advisory Council on Human Trafficking, Harold D’Souza was invited by Guiding Force of Atlanta on the opening ceremony of “South Asian Public Library” at Atlanta, Georgia on August 25th, 2016.
This auspicious event of SAPL was attended by top International and National dignitaries. D V Singh, Consulate General of India; Harold D’Souza, U.S. Advisory Council; Acharya Dr Lokesh Muni, Ambassador of Peace; Craig Newton, Norcross Councilman; Raja Ghale, President Nepalese Association in South East America were present along with the community members from Pakistan, Nepal, India and America.
Ramzan Virani, a Trustee is the founder of South Asian Public Library and Guiding Force of Atlanta Inc. The SAPL is a Free Public Library giving free language classes, yoga classes, and computer classes. It is a library for Hindi, Gujarati, Sindhi, Urdu, Punjabi, Telegu, Malayalam, Nepali, Bhutani and special activities for all ages.
D’Souza said; “Education is power. People can lose or steal your wealth but knowledge is wealth. The more you share the more it multiplies. Library is one source of education where it will build a strong foundation to overcome any struggles in life with victory”.
Library can transform your imagination into reality. Developing a habit of going to the library will lead you to success. Reading inspirational books, articles or quotes, strive to read between the lines. This is where intuition and wisdom will arise and bring greater truths. The words lead you to understanding. Reading between the lines, lead you to wisdom.
Harold D’Souza a proud native of Bajpe, Mangaluru says; “One might be a poor starter but should be a strong finisher in life”.