Tributes are still pouring in to condole the death of Abdul SattarEdhi from all corners of the country and from abroad. The 92-year-old humanitarian died July 8, 2016. The obituaries describe him as a legendary philanthropist. The word "benevolence" evokes kindness and generosity. But he had no money. With not a single rupee in his pocket to spare, he established Pakistan's largest charitable foundation, beginning 60 years ago with a small roadside clinic to treat pennyless sick people, to creating a network of social services, including nursing homes, orphanages, homes for the homeless, the abandoned babies left to die on rubbish heaps, morgues and the world's largest voluntary ambulance fleet.