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This Barber Gives Homeless People Stylish Haircuts

A step to humanity. 

This Barber Gives Homeless People Stylish Haircuts
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N asir Sobhani, aka The Street Barber, who lives in Melbourne, works six days a week at a barber shop, and what he does on Sunday, will leave you astounded and will warm your heart. He wanders in the city, and provides haircuts to the homeless for free!

Donating haircuts

Donating haircuts

He skates around the city, providing free haircuts to the homeless and the paupers.

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Making them shine

Making them shine
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His gratitude of being sober and smart himself again, comes with their modern and stylish hairstyles.

Baha'i Faith

Baha’i Faith
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He is recovering from his addiction to drugs, and practices Baha'i Faith. He calls his initiative "Clean Cut Clean Clean Start".

He hated himself sometimes

He hated himself sometimes
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Sobhani says that there were days when he used to hate himself for who he was because of his drug addiction. No one should have to succumb to hating themselves due to addiction.

The homeless were ashamed of themselves, too !

The homeless were ashamed of themselves, too !
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He had discovered that the homeless used to be ashamed of themselves, just as Sobhani used to be. In order to prevent them to feel what he felt, he started this.

One experience changed it all !

One experience changed it all !
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One time he was talking to a guy cleaning his window who shared that he had been drug-free for a complete month and would like to celebrate with a nice haircut.

A monumental moment

A monumental moment
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This reinstated the long-born idea of providing free haircuts in his mind. He then gave the man a cool haircut, and realized that this simple charity meant so much to the homeless. He recalls that moment as monumental.

A newly-found confidence

A newly-found confidence
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He believes that a haircut gives a new confidence to a person, and makes him feel special.

Human interaction is crucial

Human interaction is crucial
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He even believes that more than money, human interaction is crucial.

Keeping up the good work

Keeping up the good work
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The 26-year-old is also featured in a documentary titled, PLGRM. Sobhani continues to utilize his day off to keep pursuing his passion, and bring hope and joy to others who are less fortunate.

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