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Prentiss Riddle

How would dad-in-law feel about daughter-in-law borrowing some books?

As for d-i-l's philosophical interest in qualities he doesn't live by, that is one of the most common of human foibles. I've had the experience (not with my direct in-laws, thank heaven, but with some of their friends) of being preached to about the loving all-embracing equanimity of Hinduism and then how those dirty Muslims deserved to be burned alive in their slums by the Hindu mobs. I'm exaggerating but not much. And my kind and loving ex-in-laws themselves followed Gandhi in India and Ronald Reagan in the US of A. I'm sure someone with an outsider's perspective would find similar inconsistencies in greenie/liberal me.

badgerbag

Sure, politics or citizenness too. But mostly I mean on some other level of personal one on one interaction, or in a person's perception of daily life. um, not that every moment must be aestheticized but that it could be.

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