Beautiful quote, intriguing book.

I recently borrowed the book “Life of Pi” by Yann Martel, from a friend at work, and so far I really like it!!

This quote in particular made me lose my rhythm on the exercise bike today lol. Enjoy :)

Words of divine consciousness: moral exaltation; lasting feelings of elevation, elation, joy; a quickening of the moral sense, which strikes ones as more important than an intellectual understanding of things; an alignment of the universe along moral lines, not intellectual ones; a realization that the founding principle of existence is what we call love, which works itself out sometimes not clearly, not cleanly, not immediately, nonetheless ineluctably.

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