But the topic of God will always be in conflict with the things going on around the world. I mean, why He (or She) doesn’t stop all the atrocities happening now? There's no answer for that, of course, and both atheists and pessimists would answer with a plain and simple “there is no God in Heaven”, paying an involuntary tribute to Nietzsche’s most famous quote.
Neale Donald Walsch changed his life and he gives God the credit for it. So this movie will have a different meaning for everyone. It could be seen as a bunch of pseudo-religious crap or it could be a life changing experience. It is exactly like praying: if only more people knew that blind faith can literally change their lives, they would go to their own 'God- space' a lot more often. This fascinating concept goes beyond religion and anyone can practice it. Yes, even the atheists.
In this context, God is not an angry old man sitting in some white clouds ready to punish you: is a driving force within you capable of achieving amazing things that some people would rush to label as ‘miracles’. Personal beliefs aside, it is time to remember that we all are more powerful than we know and that power is at hand at any given moment.
December 28, 2014
Conversations With God
Samuel Goldwyn Pictures
Directed by Stephen Simon
Written by Eric DelaBarre
Starring: Henry Czerny, Wilma Silva, Michael Gorjian and T. Bruce Page
Music: Emilio Kauderer
Cinematography: João Fernandes