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The life of Pi is about an Indian boy who sailed on the sea over 227 days and experienced a fantastic journal on the sea with his best friend Richard Parker This is a story about the real and unreal I want to talk about Pis faith in his religions and his unmerciful suffering At beginning of this story Pi talked about his religions I have to say religions because Pi has three religions which are Hindu Christ and Muslim Lets take a closer look on how different are Pis mother and father The first religion was introduced by Pis mother with the story of Krishna who has the whole universe in his mouth In the evening Pi hided in quilt and watch the book about the tales of Hindu god The influence of Hindu is very important to Pi Pi believes that Vishnu is the supreme soul and people are the stuff in Vishnus dream Pis belief of Hindu represents his love and respect to the nature Pi believes Richard Parker is his friend and wont hurt him anyway Pi looks like a clear and good-hearted boy just as the meaning of his real name Piscine However Pis father told him that dont let these stories and lies fool you boy I think Pis father stands for science and rational thinking Pi grew up in a new Indian family with collision between religion and science and this life between real and unreal influence Pis decision of choosing the religions Pi met Christ and Muslim later and want to be baptised Pie believes in three religions at the same time as what he said they are the different room in a house In my opinion even though Pie says he believes in these religions he doesnt really believe in any of them fully He should be described as one kind of man who has faith but not in any of religion He
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