White Man’s Tears Conquer My Pains by Henry O. Badgett

white-mans-tears-conquer-my-pain-010216-2White Man’s Tears Conquer My Pains is the story of a young black soldier, fighting for his life in an all-white United States field hospital, in Manila, Philippines. He is filled with the same prejudice he experienced all of his life while trying to support a young wife and child back in the United States. He wants to prove to the world and to himself that he has something valuable to contribute to society even though he is being honorably discharged as a disabled veteran. This war made him a man.

Service comes from the heart. Patriotism is one of the best qualities a person can have. And Henry Badgett shares his story of how he served and loved his country in his real-life epic journey during his World War II service. He narrates his life as a soldier during World War II as he dramatizes his journey by beginning it when he was enlisted to service. The story is structured around his training abroad, doing his assignments according to his rank and position, being a good friend and becoming a leader, and his traumatic near death experience. Henry Badgett’s experience offers encouragement to empower one’s self to accept and conquer every pain and storm that life brings. Pain always brings about an essential learning necessary for a person’s development. This story is not only very inspiring, informative, and interesting but it is also filled with soulful richness that you can carry on in your daily lives.

White Man’s Tears Conquer My Pains is in print by Page Publishing. It is available for $14.95 at Barnes and Noble, Tattered Cover and Amazon.com.

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