David Harm | Damaged Merchandise

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Damaged Merchandise

by David Harm

A book written ten years after finding sobriety. As an alcoholic I am truly "Damaged Merchandise." Everything is told in short stories and poems...
Genre: Spoken Word: Inspirational
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Forward
8:00 $0.99
2. Alpha
22:09 $1.99
3. Abuse
22:07 $1.99
4. Family
29:14 $1.99
5. Addictions
30:15 $1.99
6. Spirituality
35:13 $1.99
7. Reality
24:49 $1.99
8. Illness
30:51 $1.99
9. Space
30:16 $1.99
10. Omega
14:30 $1.99
11. Epilogue
5:39 $0.99
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Born into an alcoholic family, odds were that David Harm would become an alcoholic. Complicating this problem was a drug addiction. Anything and everything to avoid pain, Dave tried. By the mid-eighties; he quit using all drugs, believing he could still control his drinking. By 1994, he accepted defeat and surrendered to alcoholism. Through recovery he relived his worst nightmares. When they left, he started to remember his dreams - dreams that were planted in a chaotic childhood and helped him survive - dreams that were built on the hope for a better tomorrow.

As a "damaged" person, Dave's tale of survival is told through his "merchandise" - poems and stories. When his dreams started to take shape in the real world is when Dave's life became magical! Sobriety has managed to do what his childhood couldn't - keep his dreams alive.

Dave Harm was born in New Jersey. He went to college in South Dakota, but dropped out after two years and began a journey through hell. From those ashes he has risen, trying to find peace in this world. His journey today finds him living a peaceful life on the canals in Manchester, England.

The music in the background is Dave Harm using a Native American Flute.



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