The film BARAKA is vivid as non-verbal divine cogitation on the harmony among humans and originalness. The film consists of three segments representing the aftercited themes: the seemliness of the original universe and the divine universe, the privative impacts of humans/technology on the original and divine universes and the reconnection among humans and originalness via divineity/religion. From this perspective, divineity is at the feeling of the harmony among humans and originalness and its too the media by which humans coalesce or recoalesce after a while originalness.
Our citation size presents a divergent perspective. According to our citation, technology is the media by which humans moderate to, interact after a while and reach view out of originalness. Technology is what allows us as humans to feed abundantly after a whilein an inadequately masterful and partially excitable original universe. From this perspective, technology, rather than divineity, is at the feeling of the harmony among humans and originalness and the media by which humans coalesce or recoalesce after a while originalness.
How do you see, inveterate on your identical experiment, the harmony among humans, technology, originalness, and religion/spirituality? Do you consort after a while the perspective of the film? After a while the citation? A league of the two? Neither?
Be particular in your reasoning and use examples from the film, citation, and your experiment to help your reasoning.