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Jyotsna Gokhale
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And there is more - perception of mind and heart, extended with sharing of others and of accumulated knowledge of world, for example. 

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Rainbows would be nice too - 

Several films and of course billions of people lampoon teachers, all too easy when anyone who can and does teach has lost respect as a non paying profession only for those that cannot make money, but horrors and travails of the profession are familiar to those that were driven out by what it has become meanwhile. 

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Rainbows would be nice too - 

Several films and of course billions of people lampoon teachers, all too easy when anyone who can and does teach has lost respect as a non paying profession only for those that cannot make money, but horrors and travails of the profession are familiar to those that were driven out by what it has become meanwhile. 

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The bikini in church makes it so clear, most ought to understand - murder is not appropriate, as she points out, but the action was not exactly freedom, either.

On the other hand, To Kill A Mockingbird. 

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So true! It is as much about French empire still imposing their own including in other countries - try wearing your cultural attire at AF or at CDG, and risk filthy treatment by officials.

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Lot of pertinent points - re why, it might just be due to perceived solidarity of the community rather than free thought and stands taken against positions or acts that might not be in accord with one's own thinking.

And yes, others too have and do suffer similar perceived grouping. 

http://www.ndtv.com/article/opinion/french-have-my-condolences-not-my-apology-647199

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And yet, cartoons and jokes are the very weapons of those that do not go into physical destruction but resort to mind's arena. Russian jokes during KGB era kept the people sane. No one joked in Germany during the nightmare years on the other hand. 

Sagarika Ghose has written a pertinent little article, but it misses much. From Kishore Kumar to To Kill a Mockingbird, it misses a good many points, the former re humour in India, the latter re the very event of Hebdo killings in the context of the book and the ethics of killing a mockingbird. 
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