Sadhu Sundar Singh - Phyllis Thompson
What better way than to put on the robes of a sadhu, and to take to the road with no guarantee of food or shelter, but with a passionate desire to live as his Master had done before him? Barely hours before he intended to take his own life, the young Sundar Singh had a dramatic vision of Jesus Christ. Despite opposition and rejection at home, he soon knew that he had to share his faith throughout the towns and villages of India, and beyond into the dangerous mountain regions of Tibet. He felt, 'It is better to burn quickly and melt many souls than to burn slowly and melt none'.