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Pathfinder is a very interesting and complex character He is a leading personality in this book and he has many views on different things I am going to discuss several aspects of him such as his philosophy of life his views on gifts and how they apply to his world Pathfinder has a very interesting philosophy of life He believes that you can be a good Christian even if you dont have the chance to go to church or perform rituals He believes that wherever you are especially the wilderness you have the opportunity to serve G-D For example when he is discussing the differences of being a sailor and a soldier with Cap on page 25 he says Our lakes are bordered by the forests and one is every day called upon to worship G-D in such a temple He basically said in that sentence that even in the wilderness every man is called on to serve G-D in any way he can Later Mabel says that men from the wilderness dont have some of the bad qualities of people from towns on page 86 Pathfinder responded And so I have endevored to worship garrison-fashion but could never raise within me the solemn feelings and true affection that I feel when alone with G-D in the forest There I seem to stand face to face with my Master all around me is fresh and beautiful as it came from his hand and there is no nicety or doctrine to chill the fellins No no the woods are the true temple after all for there the thoughts are free to mount higher even than the clouds Here Pathfinder reconfirms that he prefers to worship in the forest since that is where he can truly experience the work of G-D in its finest Pathfinder also believes that everything in the world has its place He says that everything was put on this Earth for a
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