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After reading the book Bless Me Ultima I realized the integral importance of religion and need for religion and answers to lifes questions At first while reading this book I thought it was just about relationships and the meaning in them but as the plot progressed I realized the book is more than that it questions the structures that decide the rules morals and values that society is composed of There were three types of religion that I identified in the book that young Anthony chose to pursue The first was the paganistic rituals of Ultima Ultima came into the life of Tony at a very young age and had great influence n the child Ultima saved the life of Lucas through Tonys strength Physical pain was brought unto Anthony because of Ultimas ritual showing actual validity of the rituals themselves that they were had tangibility She brought torment on the Tenorios family he was the antagonist in the book-the bad guy saving Lucas though using ritualistic dolls and chants This showed her magic was not only good but bad as well Ultima guided Anthony through all of the mental and social torment during his early years of grade school So in away Ultima was a guide for Tony through his early years to make sense of all of the storms in his early life but also was an instrument of religion to base his life on But in the end of the book Ultima ultimately dies and the strength he once found in her is destroyed She is buried and the remnants of her medicines and herbs must be burned So the religion that she commands is deadIn addition Tonys mother Maria was a staunch catholic who desperately wanted her youngest son to become a priest to a small community of farmers Her roots were in farming and living off the land having a mutually benefiting relationship-being connected to the land She prayed during
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