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- A Love for God - Everyone ought to worship God according to his own inclinations and not to be constrained by force Flavius Josephus 37 AD - 100 AD Life Its only a religion to some people To other people it is the only salvation they have It is their refuge against the horrors that theyve had to endure in life It is peace and grace and solace in a world full of indignity sorrow and loss In Yann Martels novel Life of Pi the main character Piscine found God in all three religions Hinduism Christianity and Islam Even though Pi was born in a non-religious Hindu family he found god in the rites and rituals He found that the universe made sense through his Hindu eyes He found that Shiva Krishna Shakti and Ganesha were all qualities of the god Brahman Thus he found his place in the universe through Hinduism Yann Martel also shows how Pi hears the Story of a God who sends His Son the Story of Christianity Pi found a God unlike all the gods in Hinduism He found a God who was ready to humble Himself and come down to the world as a Man He knew that the gods in Hinduism would never consent to humiliation or death at the hands of humans He thought that gods should be with shine might and omnipotence But he saw a God who went hungry suffered from thirst grew tired became sad and anxious who was heckled and harassed and was considered without any respect He found a God who was tortured and crucified to death for mans sins He found love He found Jesus In Islam Pi found the presence of God In Islam Pi found strength He found everything in the world and the heavens were in unity Every element lived in harmonious relation with its neighbour and all was kith and kin I knelt a mortal
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