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IN BRIEF: People Often Ask Me - How does Mr. Armstrong do it?
Plain Truth Magazine
February 8, 1975
Volume: Vol XL, No.2
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IN BRIEF: People Often Ask Me - How does Mr. Armstrong do it?

During the past seven years Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong has traveled as extensively as any man in the entire history or the world, and during that same period I have been privileged to accompany him in his worldwide efforts to bring to the people of all nations the Announcement and to establish and develop programs that are meaningful, relevant and important to the nation and the people involved that they may live more full and abundant lives. Each year has been one of increased activity, and as we look ahead into 1975 we realize that we will be in other countries with other people more than 75 percent or our time - spending more time in an aircraft than a professional commercial pilot. People often ask me: "How does Mr. Armstrong do it? How can he keep up such a pace? How can a man approaching 83 years have the vitality and energy of one half his age?" In the Philippines recently, where Mr. Armstrong was interviewed by the national media and a live radio conference in Iloilo just prior to receiving an honorary doctorate degree. Mr. Armstrong admitted that perhaps the one determining factor in his vitality and comparative youth was the fact that he always had a mission to fulfill, and it was that determination to fulfill his duty that had permitted him to maintain the vigor and strength necessary for its accomplishment.

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Plain Truth MagazineFebruary 8, 1975Vol XL, No.2
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