Tolerance in Bombay's railway station

I WAS RECENTLY AT DINNER with friends in Bombay. The main topic of discussion was the city—the government, the filth, the awful traffic. Anger, hopelessness, and frustration filled the air.

Suddenly, strange as it may sound, I found myself smiling. I recalled a statement from an article I had read in the Bombay Times, written by a good friend who is an environmentalist: "Don't get angry, get involved."

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