Apart from this perspective, the presenting of these stunning images, shows that these natural elements like the Mt. Everest, Bali’s scenic settings, Uluru Rocks in Australia etc, etc will provide us with peace, surprise, feeling of deja vu, entertainment etc, etc, the feelings only a blessed man can get. So, even if a mentally as well as physically hurt human sees these images, he/she will have a nice and comfortable feeling, so they can be called blessed souls. So, one can say that the visuals support the title because the film’s natural settings have been giving immense benefits to all the people of the world, in different forms, thereby blessing all of us. The other perspective of the film, which shows we are blessed is the feeling that arises due to the importance that is given to every moment that takes in this world, and our part in it. That is the film by showing how precious each moment is, and how we are granted our place in the midst of these moments, denotes that we are indeed blessed. Also by showcasing the humans in the ‘best lights’ like being in a joyful mood (Dancers in Bali), relaxed mood (Tibetan Monks), working mood (Workers in South East Asian countries), the film indicates, that we are recipients of valuable blessings. The Baraka Movie.
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