Uday Sharma, the author of Little Master, is a passionate educator. He writes to educate, especially on areas of human potential. He is almost a crusader on the subject. Education, he maintains, is a means to explore the genius and expand the potential of children and it should never be misused as a tool to subdue their passion and slaughter their dreams.
It was the author's own experiences as a child and young adult that led him to embark on this mission. He went to school seven miles away from home, walking barefoot each day along a jungle trail infested with bears, only to be thrashed with belts and nettles for failing to understand his lessons. In sheer desperation, he dropped out of school, ran away from home, and educated himself.
The barefoot schoolboy went on to become a street urchin, an addict, a sadhu (at age 14!), a teacher, a teacher trainer, a textbook writer, an educational consultant, an NLP practitioner, and now a recognized author and educator.
Interests: Education, spirituality and human empowerment
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