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Essay - The True Believer Religion is in all of us even if we dont believe it is Religion was first associated with churches but there are other means of religion WP Kinsella introduces baseball as a religious base Ray Kinsella in the book Shoeless Joe believes in baseball just as much as a true Christian believes in Religion Baseball gives him love for the game guidance and orders and a certain lifestyle To love someone or something is to have an intense emotion of affection warmth fondness and regard towards a person or thing Ray has this kind of relationship with baseball he loves it and he feels good when he plays or even watches the game He may not love the game as much as he loves his family or not the same way but he does love the game To me it is baseball and that is all that matters It is the game thats important - the tension the strategy the ballet of the fielders the angle of the bat Ray thinks this is the purest of games he loves everything about the game He loves watching the plays the sound of the crowed eating the hotdogs and everything else that has to do with baseball Baseball brings you more than just entertainment there are rule to follow and guidelines to the game All the players follow the rules and if they do not then they will be just kick out right away Ray follows the rules and brings order into his household this way Everything he does and says has to do with baseball Karin is very obedient and this is because she understands that rules are there to follow She knows that if she follows the rules then she will succeed and thrive and will be rewarded She is polite and knows when the right time to talk is All this was learnt though baseball Ray
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