We are all born like Catholics, aren't we-in limbo, without religion, until some figure introduces us to God?
("Life of Pi")
More Quotes from Yann Martel:I went to temple at crowded times when Brahmins were too distracted to come between me and God.
The moon was a sharply defined crescent and the sky was perfectly clear. The stars shone with such fierce, contained brilliance that it seemed absurd to call the night dark.
I turned around, stepped over the Zebra and threw myself overboard.
You might think I lost all hope at that point. I did. And as a result I perked up and felt much better.
You can get used to anything - haven't I already said that? Isn't that what all survivors say?
Life is a peephole, a single tiny entry onto a vastness--how can I not dwell on this brief, cramped view of things? This peephole is all I've got!
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