You Are Never Too Old to Write a Book, David E. Hagberg's story is a True Inspiration, Reviews from Amazon.com:
"I picked up a copy of Hagberg's "The Holy Spirit Said See The Light" expecting just another person's take on their personal religious views. Instead I was pleasantly surprised a couple chapters in when I discovered that it was more than that. In fact, I began to view it on a more personal level. I'm not a deeply religious person; however, I am always interested in ways I can better myself to be a better person for my family, friends, and those that surround me. Throughout the book I found myself relating Hagberg's obviously religious scenarios with my own personal experiences. Each chapter giving me insight while relating it to my own life. You may be surprised with what you discover through this book...I know I was." Matt
"Interesting read! Throughout the book the author inspired me with his acts of generosity and kindness. When a book sparks an interest in me to want to improve my relationship with God and those around me, I feel the need to spread the word. Even if you don't have a religious background, his recounts of healing so many people from all over the world, will touch you. We could use more people with his passion for healing others in our world these days. A story that inspires, strengthens, and heals the soul!" Crystal
Praise for the Author and his New Book -
David is a wonderful alumnus and friend of the University of Vermont. His commitment to UVM in establishing the David E. Hagberg Scholarship for students with financial need, and his continuing support of the University overall, speak volumes about his kind and nurturing way. David's pleasure, and his life's purpose, are in helping others. Through his philanthropy and his involvement with students at the University, he honors those who lent him a hand in finding his own peace, happiness, and success. It has been my privilege to know and work with David as he reaches out daily in fulfilling his mission.
Planned Giving Officer, University of Vermont
I have known David from college well into his business career. It is evident to me that he has achieved his life goals despite an inordinate number of obstacles. He has not only regained control of his life but he has strived to pass on to others his faith and financial success. This has brought him to the fulfillment of his objectives. I commend David on his strength and perseverance.