They often say that the ratio of Pi has never revealed a pattern with in its prodigious list of digits as it seeks to resolve itself. In this sense pi offers a rather amazing insight IMO and I disagree with the assessment that Pi offers no pattern, as Pi, it self IS the pattern. The issue though of this OP is to propose the notion that whilst Pi's digital sequence may not have the ability to conform with statistical probabilities of randomness Pi is in itself a pattern. By this I mean that regardless of how many times you generate Pi the digits are always the same. That the digital sequence of Pi is the pattern regardless of how many digits you may allow the sequence to run to. Care to discuss?