This post makes more sense than any article that I have read in 3 newspapers this morning
Jindal stresses how he avoided telling his parents of his new faith and how disappointed they were when they found out. He said he read the Bible by flashlight to prevent being discovered by his folks, and compared his clandestine study to the early Christians “hiding from government persecution.” Jindal’s process of finding his true religion also involved participating in an exorcism of a college girlfriend.
There is a lot of Jindal that I don’t agree with. But this I got to give the man.
It’s better to be thrown in front of lions or be crucified upside down than to have to go through the ordeal of being a second-generation Indian immigrant growing up in US in the 80s. How do I know? I was one (for a while).
My parents were kind. They didn’t, for instance, make me dress like Anil Kapoor in “Suit boot…
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