In The Lifetime of Pi (2012) the title of the ship Pi is on is “Tsim Tsum,” a Hebrew time period to explain how God condensed himself to make infinite empty area so he might create the universe. After the ship sinks Pi finds his life condensed to a tiny area on a lifeboat within the huge, “infinite” empty sea.


In The Lifetime of Pi (2012) the title of the ship Pi is on is “Tsim Tsum,” a Hebrew time period to explain how God condensed himself to make infinite empty area so he might create the universe. After the ship sinks Pi finds his life condensed to a tiny area on a lifeboat within the huge, “infinite” empty sea.



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7 thoughts on “In The Lifetime of Pi (2012) the title of the ship Pi is on is “Tsim Tsum,” a Hebrew time period to explain how God condensed himself to make infinite empty area so he might create the universe. After the ship sinks Pi finds his life condensed to a tiny area on a lifeboat within the huge, “infinite” empty sea.

  1. good_news_everyone10 says:

    One of my favorite movies

  2. For a second I thought it said “Tsum Tsum”, although that’s a different language.

  3. malachilenomade says:

    Interesting… I wonder if the original term is where the musician got his name from.

  4. Hebrew is my native language. Tsimtsum means reduction, so no idea where this is from

  5. nickatnoon61 says:

    There is NO ‘universe’! Earth is FLAT.

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