Personal from Herbert W Armstrong - THIS is written in Copenhagen, Denmark. On the ferry, enroute here from Hamburg, Germany, my attention was arrested by two bewhiskered intellectuals about thirty-five years of age. I do not know what nationality they were. Perhaps French. One of them was reading a newspaper which appeared to be French. But no matter. These young men, just approaching the very prime of life, appeared to be possessed of high-grade natural intelligence and above-average ability. Yet their faces registered discontent, boredom. They looked tired, cynical. Their expressions seemed to say: "Everything is all wrong. The world's gone to the dogs. There is no chance - no hope. So why try? What's the use?" They appeared to be college educated, and of good family, yet their heavily bewhiskered state, and the lines in their unhappy faces, seemed to register disgust and protest against society.
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