Last week while reflecting on the movie “Life of Pi”, we considered what the priest told Pi the first time he entered a Christian church. After having sipped the holy water on a dare from his brother, the priest of the church came up and said to Pi “you must be thirsty”. I pointed out that this could be seen not so much as a question about young Pi’s physical need for water at that moment, but a subtle reference connecting Pi and the Bengal tiger (real name of Thirsty) as well. Beyond this, I suggested that we might also consider this as a statement of intent. Namely, that as a seeker of understanding the larger meaning in life “You must be thirsty”. Thirsty in your desire to unpack the larger question of meaning. Arguably the first question one should consider is through what font does one turn to be quenched? This week I will explore why I feel that, even though today we are inundated by a seemingly infinite amount streams and paths to choose as means toward enlightenment, Christianity is the obvious choice for me.