Inspiration from a Survivor of Man-made Hell




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Published on May 5, 2009

Do you sometimes feel that you cannot take it anymore? If so, let Herman I Neuman demonstrate that you do not have to feel that way. You can be emotionally much stronger than you might think. And when you enjoy life, it is also much easier to achieve your goals.

How does Herman know? From years of extremely brutal personal experiences. He had to crawl out of his early-life hell, single-handedly and without one mentor.

Because he did not buckle under, he learned many unusual lessons from his terrorized childhood and deepest poverty. Thereafter, he worked his way through college to become an independent world traveler and independent, intuitive thinker.

By the time he was only eighteen years old, Herman had to endure killer illnesses, starvation, war, intense bare-buttocks floggings, school failure, homelessness, culture shock, extreme social isolation, extreme judicial injustice, and slavery in the truest meaning of this word.

However, before he was only thirty years old, he had worked his way through college and became an independent world traveler. Today is a hospital chaplain and an inspirational speaker for all kinds of audiences.

Learn more or contact Herman Neuman at www.herobooks.com.


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