The truth is, when we allow ourselves a second to sit back and take a look at the big picture, we realize complete and perfect order is impossible. There are so many different moving parts that make up a life, and we human beings are so utterly complex. So I remind myself to get comfortable with contrast.
Regrettably the recent study by Dennis Dalton, who teaches political science at Barnard College, the sister institution of Columbia University, is unable to emancipate itself from the tedious burden of Gandhian scholarship. The book comes highly recommended by certain pillars of the American Indological establishment, but one has become accustomed to witnessing American scholars of Indian history and politics, members of a minuscule club, congratulating each other with avid fervor. Here and there Dalton does bring to light some hitherto ignored details of Gandhi life, or otherwise provide a fresh interpretation of some Gandhian and the entire study suggests an extensive familiarity with the large corpus of Gandhi writings.
If you feel strange for more than a day, call your eye doctor and have them checked out. Some people, like me, who do close work or a lot of reading never get used to no lines because there isn’t enough strength at the bottom of the glasses. I had to go back to lined ones.
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