The NONfiction Life of Pi

If you’ve ever read the NONfiction Life of Pi, you’d know it is a much more interesting book than the fictional one.

Constantly irrational, Pi was also immortal, frequently appearing in all kinds of places you wouldn’t expect.

Holistic as a full circle, for something as non-finite as Pi, it made all kinds of things fit perfectly so the universe could function seamlessly.

A persona so simple, yet so complex, Pi’s personality had more depth and surprises the deeper you looked into it.

To that end, appropriately, only a symbol could truly represent it, for no amount of words or numbers could describe it fully.

There. I have fulfilled one requirement of Pi Day, to talk about Pi. I’m being irrational the rest of the day!

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