Tokyo, Japan: THE GENUINE possibility of peace in Zimbabwe, now that independence elections have been concluded, represents a triumph of the resourcefulness and perseverance of British diplomacy. The British triumph is a splendid example of the power of two of The' Seven Laws of Success which Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong has discovered over the course of his own long and successful life. Law No. 5 is resourcefulness-the ability to skillfully cope with unexpected setbacks, obstacles or problems. Law No.6 is perseverance-the quality of "stickto-it-iveness," which can turn almost certain failure into glorious success. The British have had to employ both in generous quantities to pull off the Zimbabwe settlement. The British efforts coincided with a factor that was apparent when Mr. Armstrong and I visited southern Africa in late 1976. Even though there was a bloody civil war raging in Rhodesia at the time, we noted that there were men of good will who genuinely desired peace.
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