At the essence of every child is "the wonder of childhood" in which the adulthood of the child is embedded.
This wonder is known as a driving inner guide and it fights to shape the child's personality and character step by step with a humble patience.
There are problems in child upbringing since the adult tries to shape a constrained personality without considering the precise inner mechanism in which "the wonder of childhood" is embedded.
In this book, you will find how to guide children without damaging their personality, character and ego.
In other words, you will come to understand the pedagogy of being yourself and by how this pedagogy yielded dynamic individuals such as Rumi, Dalai Lama and Abraham Lincoln based on their "wonder of childhood."