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The Invocation (2010)

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An exploration of the notion of 'God' and World Peace through Religion, Spirituality, History, Science, Politics and Arts.

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An exploration of the notion of 'God' and World Peace through Religion, Spirituality, History, Science, Politics and Arts.

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This documentary is a must see!!
6 June 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I recommend everyone to view this thought provoking documentary. The director has incorporated a well balanced myriad of highly respected spiritual innovators such as Deepak Chopra, Dalia Lama, Desmond Tutu to some of Hollywood's heavy hitters including Mark Wahlberg, Oliver Stone and it is symbiotically narrated by Sharon Stone. They all in turn weigh in their thoughts and experiences on the question marks that explore the higher purpose and meaning of the Universe and God. If world peace is close to your heart and you have the 'bigger' questions in the so-called meaning of life, then this documentary is not only enlightening but will also evoke some inner peace. Bravo!!


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