6. Based on the movie “Life of Pi”: Pi sparks a lively debate when all three of his spiritual advisors try to claim him. At the heart of this confrontation is Pi’s insistence that accept an exclusively Hindu, Christian, or Muslim faith; he can only be content with all three. What is Pi’s seeking that can he cannot solely be attained by this apparent contradiction?



He said that "Bapu Ghandi said that 'All religions are true'. I just wanted to love God. " To him, the Qur' an and The Bible were similar and that they had they same characters with different names and all that, and that religion was about dignity and not about depravity.
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