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Gary Snyder wrote: "An ethical life is one that is mindful, mannerly, and has style. Of all moral failings and flaws of character, the worst is stinginess of thought, which includes meanness in all its forms. Rudeness in thought or deed toward others, toward nature, reduces the chances of conviviality and . . . communication, which are essential to physical and spiritual survival . . . " And how often this is missing in our lives, more and more . . . or is this just me getting older?