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Modern spirituality may include a belief in a supernatural (beyond the known and observable) realm, personal growth, a quest for an ultimate/sacred meaning, religious experience, or an encounter with one's own "inner dimension."


A film by Ron Fricke and Mark Magidson

Baraka is a breathtaking tour through six continents and 24 countries, which depicts the rhythms of man and nature and ways in which they live in harmony and violent discord. A glorious tone poem, the film cuts from solitary monks to crowded streets, from great temples and soaring landscapes to the dumps of Calcutta. The cumulative effect is moving, sobering and profoundly spiritual.

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Blessed: Soweto Gospel Choir

If you are seeking inspiration, tune into a very uplifting gospel CD entitled Blessed, which is performed by the Soweto Gospel Choir. Southern African gospel music incorporates vocals with background drums and Blessed reflects that tradition along with the western church styles of music absorbed by the African culture.
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The Calling

A film by Danny Alpert

The Calling is a groundbreaking two-part four-hour documentary series that will share the journeys of four young Americans - a Catholic, a Muslim, a Protestant and a Jew, who have decided to enter the clergy.

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Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero

A film by Helen Whitney

What was it we saw on Sept. 11th? And where, if one is a believer, was God? Indeed, if one is not a believer, did Sept. 11th make the idea of God more improbable? In Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero producer Helen Whitney interviews priests, rabbis, and Islamic scholars, victims' families and World Trade Center survivors, writers and thinkers, atheists and agnostics, about the questions that haven't gone away.

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