I’d rather have a full bottle in front of me than a full frontal lobotomy.
I would rather die than do something which I know to be a sin, or to be against God’s will.
I would rather die than see my face in a car advertisement.
I’d rather create a miniature painting than a Taj Mahal of a book.
I’d rather try and fail than not try at all, as they say.
It is almost always the cover-up rather than the event that causes trouble.
Religious celebrations, and the good will, high spirits and generosity that mark them, are wonderful occasions for understanding the potential of ‘everyday multiculturalism’, and how people from diverse faiths can connect and show they care,...