Mohammad Alikhail's mother never forgot that her fifth son was born
the day her husband turned his affections to a younger bride. She
cradled the newborn in her arms and called him Bad-bakht, the
unlucky one. The name followed him, and it fit. Despite fate's
timing, in the end she couldn't tangle him. Mohammad's tact on the
soccer field, a layover in India, and a daring move were all he
needed to change the course of his life. He left Afghanistan
twenty-two years ago with the assumption that the hard part was
over. But the journey had just begun. This book inspires
heart-to-heart connections across cultures, connections that, in
today's world of difference and indifference, can ease foreign
conflict - and perhaps inspire others to achieve their own goals
along the way.
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