Unfortunately, we live in a world that focuses too heavily on individualism. Don’t get me wrong—to discover one’s gifts, talents, to love one’s self, etc.— is important, but one of the ways we discover self is by loving others, by being part of groups and communities.
As a person who has enough Original American Blood to claim full Indian Rights, I anxiously await the release of The Lone Ranger. I am also hopeful the film will show the deep spiritual leanings of the Original Americans.
In a world that seems to have lost hope in the power of dreams, with The Moment, hope is rediscovered and we see that once again, dreams can become reality.
Unfortunately, people rely on love or what they think love is. More often than not it isn’t so much love as lust that we base our emotions on.
At a young age, Pi embarks on a spiritual quest that has him appreciating and following concepts within Hinduism, Islam, and Christianity. Throughout Life of Pi, the prevailing theme is Pi’s search for God, thus making this film, in my opinion, one of the most spiritual ever released.
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