Pi: Above all, don't lose hope.
Pi: Animals have souls... I have seen it in their eyes.
Pi: Catholic Hindu's do.
Pi: Doubt is useful. It keeps faith a living thing. After all, you cannot know the strength of your faith until it is tested.
Pi: Faith is a house with many rooms.
Pi: I was first introduced to God as Hindu.
Pi: I suppose in the end, the whole of life becomes an act of letting go, but, what always hurts the most is not taking a moment to say, "Goodbye."
Pi: In the end, god didn't save him. Western medicine did.
Pi: Tending to his needs gives my life purpose.
Pi Patel: Thank you Vishnu, for introducing me to Christ.
Pi: The gods were my superheros.
Pi: We get to feel guilty before hundreds of gods.
Pi: ...what kind of love is that?
Pi: With one word, my name went from an elegant French swimming pool to a stinking Indian latrine...
Pi: You will always be with me.
Pi's father: ...believing in everything at the same time is the same as not believing anything at all.
Pi's father: How can he find his way if he does not choose a path?
Pi's father: Why not start with reason?
Writer: Mr. Patel's is an astounding story, courage and endurance unparalleled in the history of ship-wrecks. Very few castaways can claim to have survived so long, and none in the company of an adult Bengal tiger.