Have you seen the Netflix movie called The Discovery?
I watched it the other night and it brought up a lot of questions that maybe you have pondered as well – for example –
What happens after death?
I find The Discovery an interesting answer to that question. I would love to hear if you have seen the movie and what you thought of it. In case you haven’t heard of the movie, below is the trailer in case you’re interested.
Feel free to share any thoughts you may have!
I’ll check it out and comment
Sounds good. I’ll be looking forward to hearing what you think.
Might not get to it until later this week, but I will
Sounds good. Obviously no rush! 🙂
I’m on it Yvonne! Will watch it tonight. Val x
Thanks Val! Please let me know what you think! xo
Sounds interesting Yvonne, I’ll have to check it out. It’s been a while since something has come along that questions us 😀
It is interesting to watch and to contemplate. It makes us think! 🙂
Wow…. intriguing. Maybe scary even. How did that slide under my radar, will put on my watch list!
Let me know when you see it and what you think of it please! 🙂
I’m not sure how this would affect me if I watched it – suicide is part of my origin story with my Mom. It’s a difficult subject for me.
Saymber, please dear friend, go with your instinct and do not watch it. I would never want you to be troubled by your original story through a movie. I’m sending you healing hugs as always, but especially now xoxo
Thanks for your understanding. We all have our “things” don’t we?! Hugs received and fresh ones sent back your way!
Ahhh…love those hugs Saymber and sending them back to you too! ♥
It looks a little grim to me. Not sure I can watch it but I know without question there is an afterlife. I watch a sweet movie last night on Netflix last night called MountainTop. I was surprised to find a spiritual movie there. Take a look at that one. You may enjoy it.
I haven’t seen Mountain Top but I will put it on my watchlist. I saw the Mountain Between Us. Did you see that one? It is a bit grim and scientific as well as being one of those movies which are vague so you have to think and question. I’d say go with your gut reaction of not watching it. But yes, I believe in an afterlife too. 🙂
Ever since we were children we were curious. We tore our toys apart to see what made them work. And with that knowledge is mystery lost. There are however a few effects upon our lives that are not so easily dissected for inspection. Those effects can only in time be experienced. Therein is preserved the vital concept of faith on which the unexplainable mysteries rely.
I agree with you Alan. Have you heard of this movie or seen it? Just wondering.
No I haven’t. I don’t get Netflex.
I’m sorry to hear that…I understand.
So I watched it Tuesday night… and I’ve kind of been sitting with it. The concept of parallel paths has my head skittering in a number of directions.
I know! That’s how I felt too ML. I think I have to watch it again, but I also need time to figure out my thoughts.
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