" If only I were slimmer, more beautiful,richer, more clever, then I would be happier. " This is a dream that makesa lot of people ill, depressed, and unhappy. Life has its flaws, defects,corners, and edges. Only those who accept this reality can lead a really full life.
Of course there are activities in which errors are dangerous: driving a car; crossing the road. But life doesn't consist entirely of these things. In among them there is a lot of room for small and large mistakes.
Why does the author use two prepositions "in among" in a row? Is it natural ? I think "among" alone will make sense.
Am I right?
Re: in among
Originally Posted by jasonlulu_2000