TONAWAND, N.Y., May 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- PTSD, Depressed, Problems? Don't kill yourself, don't do drugs, don't abuse alcohol. You're not alone. Read, RUSSELL Memoirs and Musing of Russell D. Ward, Purple Heart Recipient and Patriot to see someone who had many problems throughout his life but never gave up. This book gives strength to everyone who reads it to understand they are not alone in taking on the challenges of life. Read this book to reinforce your abilities to deal with life and then give it to someone else to help them.
Russell D. Ward was born and raised on the west side of Buffalo, New York in 1947. After years of reviewing many traumatic events of Vietnam and his lifetime experiences from back in the coal burning, more physical times of life to the more modern days of today, surely he thought all the struggles and experiences in his life could be used to help others in some way.
The childhood adventures that led to very unusual, almost comical, incidents to being drafted in the Army and sent to fight for America in a far away land. He thought of the horrors of serving in Vietnam, getting wounded in combat, losing two sons in a divorce, abusing drugs, and having an out-of-body experience which led to a strong faith in God and the will to keep going forward and never give up.
Russell got beat up, knocked down and led astray. He knew his story was not a pretty one, yet he believed it was necessary to tell it. He decided to tell his story. The whole story. The true, honest, unfiltered life of Russell with the hope that someone may be helped by his efforts and his musings. Russell is a very contemplative person, and he has come up with various plans and ideas to make America great again. Plans to bolster our economy, assist poor countries, stop global warming, help prevent gun violence with a gun aptitude test, promote a plan to make businesses pay their fair share of expenses, and many other ideas are included in the appendix to the book.
"Life is hell," is said by people who have been through what is sometimes considered hell on earth. Russell has been there. But Russell has learned to live his life, and let hell take care of itself. He has written the story of his colorful life. It is his goal to give hope and faith to people, to inspire them to not give up and to keep going forward regardless of their circumstances. We all need to be brave and strong to deal with the events of our lives. In his life story, Russell shows a strong character with truth and justice, in his own American way.
Come share his many adventures and experiences to understand your own endeavors that led you to becoming who you are today. Come into Russell's life to understand why some people will never know rest until the day they die. Those many exceptional experiences make for some people like Russell to stay awake at night-thinking, developing theories, creating plans and throwing away all that is not right, to hope for a better tomorrow. A most affecting statement was made years ago by Robert Kennedy; "There are those that look at things the way they are, and ask why? I dream of things that never were, and ask why not?"
Russell D. Ward
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