To not fritter it away on impatience, annoyance and resentment at having "my" time interrupted. Because it is not my time after all. It's His. Goderich Thursday, July 16, birthing the beautiful. Tuesday, December 23, december gifts.
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Monday, July 14, breaking the birthday rule. A few months ago, Ben was with me on our usual run of errands when he spotted some birthday candles in the discount store.
With his big brown eyes, long lashes and sweet, pleading look, I broke down and broke the "birthday rule. Even while their current birthday was happening. Or someone else's. Or at the mention of the word. So we bought the candles and I tucked them away until July. WB Gamer July 01, I made my way through the crowd, flinching away from the unwelcome hands grasping at my thick winter clothes.
My contact sat with two others at a table, with room for one more. Both were drunk senseless, sprawled across their chairs and spilling onto the table. I locked eyes with the conscious third who I'd come to meet; he slouched lazily in his seat, rolling a copper ha'penny between his fingertips.
He glanced down briefly as his nearest besotted tablemate slumped onto the rancid wood floor; my eyes followed his for a brief second, and the copper coin was gone. Operation Barga in this case was used as a sanction against non-party political activity. Anyone wanting to have a life outside the village is threatened with dire consequences.
For instance, women who travel out of the village on their own to go to the bank or for training courses are labelled promiscuous. Brothers have been pitted against each other over land disputes. As a result, all decision-making mechanisms within the village have broken down.
People can no longer solve their own disputes without the intervention of the comrade. Every aspect of their lives lie exposed, all knowledge is made public, debated, gossiped over and used for manipulating favours. As a result their self-image has suffered. Without the comrade, no arbitration or "bichaar" is possible.
They emphasise that it is for this aspect that they need the comrade to win, much more than any food or shelter which comes only from hard work.
For the past year, however, Zarrar, an unemployed graduate who says he has nothing to lose, has been trying to build a challenge to the status quo. The people who support him and may vote for his party have said nothing openly. They are too terrified of the consequences.
But like him, many of them belong to the middle peasantry who are the most disgruntled.
Operation Barga has severely limited their income and has proletariansed them. The elite Syeds who never ploughed land are now having to save labour costs in order to make a small profit. Others like Zaffar have degrees but never got jobs and are wracked by envy because some others have been luckier. A large number of rural voters are unaware of the clash of personalities or indeed of any alliances which may have been formed or broken. A lot of them have heard the name of the chief minister but are not clear what the link between that person and their own impoverished existence is.
For them, the phenomenology of fear suggests that Big Brother can control almost any aspect of village.