Sam was out of work. The harsh economic times had forced him into begging on the streets and at the doors of supermarkets. Many a day he and his grandmother went to bed hungry. Faced with monthly utility bills, a dilapidated house, starvation and daily insults being hurled at him, Sam had to find a way out. One day in deep solitude, he saw the coconut plant as his ?stepping stone? out of poverty. Its use for the making of beads and craft items among other things launched him into a prospering business. His friendly demeanour accelerated sales. He amassed much wealth which attracted attention, resulting in never thought of relationships with members of the opposite sex. How he handled the onslaught from the ladies was cushioned by the values and morals which were instilled in him by his grandmother. He was the ladies boy on the beach where he plied more than his trade. Sam is a paragon of how anyone with the right attitude can move from poor and hungry to a position of wealth and romance. Interesting, intriguing and skilfully are words that can be used to describe how Sam dug himself out of a financial hole. He earned the respect of members of his community and developed inconceivable relationships along the way.
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Book Description Love has no boundaries, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9768219432