The 12 Best Movies That Gave Me Meaning in Life & in Suffering.
The bollywood movies with deep meaning are a selection of 12 films that have given me meaning in life and also in suffering.
Great films have the ability to transform people’s lives.
Some individuals have the ability to make you laugh, while others have the ability to make you weep.
A good movie may make you think about your life’s purpose and the lessons it teaches you.
It has the ability to completely change your life.
Others are deep; they have the power to inspire and encourage you to accomplish amazing things you aren’t aware of in your life.
I saw each of these films for the first time after my life’s biggest battle.
And they’ve all been chosen for what they are: films that have shifted my viewpoint, influenced my way of life, and influenced how I react to external situations.
This is a list of movies that I have watched many times. It supplied me with new knowledge each time. Some of these things have escaped my notice before.
They are not in any particular sequence, but if you watch at least 10 of them, I guarantee that your life will be permanently altered.
In movies, there is a thin line between education and entertainment.
When you select what you take away from a movie, the divide between those who want to learn about life and those who want to be entertained widens.
“Some people can read War and Peace and think it’s simply a simple adventure story; others can read the ingredients on a chewing gum wrapper and think they’ve discovered the secrets of the universe,” Lex Luthor observed.
These movies aren’t about the stunning effects. They’re just unique and imaginative tales. They offer not just entertainment but also important life lessons.
I’ve always loved movies, ever since I was a kid. One of my favorites was the important aspect of imagining what is possible in life. It seems like you’ve lived a thousand lives.
You may put yourself in the shoes of different characters in movies. Strangers.
For example, seeing Bohemian Rhapsody is like waking up in the shoes of a rock star. This is what it’s like to have a unique personality and be a generational talent. It was the perfect biopic of a historical person. It was also energizing.
One of my favorite actors was Freddie. I couldn’t stop listening to his songs on YouTube and reminiscing about the day he performed for the LIVE AID.
Freddie Mercury was a misfit and an outcast. He didn’t feel at ease in the environment. As a consequence, it made an impression on me. If there’s one thing I believe, it’s that music can be used as a kind of soul medication.
Music is the stuff of life. The intertwining of story and music gives each person’s life meaning.
It most certainly gave me my.
Inception, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, gave me a life-changing idea. You may infect your mind with a purposeful thought. The mind, on the other hand, never returns to its previous form after it has been stretched to its maximum by a new idea. (Take, for example, the difference between working for others and working for oneself.)
My first six-figure publishing business was built on that basis.
You may, nevertheless, get infected with false ideas from time to time. And this may be at your disadvantage.
Keep a careful check on the things you feed your mind.
My selection criteria for inspiring films are as follows:
- The story takes precedence over the action.
- Encourages you to look at things from a different perspective.
- A wonderful script.
AND, MOST IMPORTANTLY, THEY WERE ABLE TO OVERCOME STEREOTYPES. Although not all of the films on this list do, 11 out of 21 do. Some of these may contain SPOILERS!
Who’d have thought that a maritime voyage could take you to the depths of your soul?
This action-adventure film follows Pi, an Indian boy who clings to a lifeboat to survive a storm at sea. He and a ferocious Bengal Tiger share this lifeboat.
Pi finds himself in a situation where he must decide his own fate.
Hunger drove many of his cultural and religious ideas about the fundamental nature of good and evil out of him.
He had been captured as a prisoner by this lifeboat. We are stuck on a bright blue dot, a speck of dust floating in a huge ocean of cosmic material, like the rest of humanity.
No one is coming to rescue us, whether we like it or not. There are just the two of us.
Despite being under such tremendous mental and physical hardship, Pi was able to retain a sense of spiritual independence.
Everything may be taken away from a man except the last of human freedoms: the capacity to choose one’s own path.
At every point in time, you have the choice of surrendering to the forces of circumstance.
Pi, as terrified as he was, soon realizes that if he and the tiger are to survive the lonely trip, they must work together.
The tiger serves as a mirror to his wild nature.
Good and evil, Yin and Yang, exist, and one must learn to achieve harmony within oneself.
So, how about Life of Pi, which I really enjoyed? This is a meat-eating island scenario.
All suffering is imagined, according to this Vishnu island.
The universe, including all we see and feel, is the outcome of Vishnu’s dream, according to Hinduism.
It suggests that life includes birth, old age, sickness, and death. And suffering is something we all have to deal with as we move through life.
Without suffering and death, life is incomplete.
Even in the worst of circumstances, the way you accept your fate and all of the suffering it entails provides you with many chances to give your life greater meaning.
You, too, may keep your dignity, courage, and selflessness, like Pi did. Alternatively, you may lose your dignity and transform into an animal in the fierce fight for existence.
Suffering allows us to cultivate difficult-to-acquire moral values.
This will ultimately decide if you are worthy of all your difficulties.
Pursuit of Happiness, a must-see film, starring Chris Gardner as a salesman trying to make a living selling a big but portable “bone density scanner.”
Early in his life, he took a huge risk, thinking it would pay off in the end.
But things didn’t go as planned, and he was forced to live in poverty for the rest of his life when his wife left him.
This scene moves me to tears every time I watch it:
Gardner is living proof that a man’s inner strength may aid him in overcoming his external challenges.
These kinds of men aren’t only found among the impoverished.
Everywhere he goes, man is confronted with fate, with the potential of achieving anything through his own suffering.
My own discomfort had pushed me to my knees.
Nothing compares to the significance of life.
If I had allowed it, destiny might have beaten me to the ground and kept me there forever if I had let it.
To win, you must be able to take the punches and keep moving forward.
For the first time, I’d want to re-watch this movie!!!
This masterpiece is the result of the clash of gravity and quantum physics.
It provided me a current understanding of gravity, time, and space, as well as our helplessness in the face of them.
All we care about is our mud puddle. For a little time, how can we be rulers of this fraction of a dot floating in the cosmic arena?
I had an idea while watching this movie with excellent surround sound.
For the first time, I saw the reality as it was set in motion by a single incident.
I now understood what the universe’s greatest secret meant.
Nobody can tell you what your life’s purpose or significance is.
You must make this choice for yourself and live with the consequences.
If you achieve, despite any failures, you will continue to grow.
If there is one last method for a guy to enjoy himself, it is to gaze at the stars, even if it is just for a little while.
Nothing really matters in the end.
When you die, all you’ve worked for will be destroyed.
So why not turn your hobby into a profession?
Make the decision not to seek fame and fortune.
Don’t be influenced by social goals.
Make the choice to be true to yourself.
Being a Maverick allows you to express yourself in a unique manner.
Freddie, however, flew too close to the sun and was badly burned.
There’s no such thing as too much of a good thing.
The path to celebrity is strewn with stumbling blocks.
If you aren’t careful, they may be dangerous.
Many people get into a moral self-defeating trap as a result of achieving these objectives.
Allowing your inner hold on these moral and spiritual sensibilities to weaken will lead to you succumbing to circumstance.
Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman provide excellent performances.
When a man’s independence is limited, the whole structure of his inner life shifts.
While some people are showing signs of decline, others are holding on to a glimmer of optimism.
In this video, life can be summed up in two words: Get busy living or get busy dying.
The human soul is ripped open in prison, revealing its depths.
Keep an eye on this movie since it deals with hope and courage in a way that everyone can relate to.
Hope has the ability to set you free, but it also has the potential to destroy you from inside.
This original musical pays tribute to P.T. Barnum, a visionary who rose from humble beginnings to become the greatest showman of his day.
This is the story of a man who, in the face of hardship, refuses to give up.
We all try to make ourselves comfortable by setting goals such as buying the perfect house, obtaining the perfect job, saving money, and so on.
The work required to achieve these objectives is rewarding.
In the end, though, the achievement becomes a trap.
Often, the effort is more satisfying than the result.
We were designed to take action from the moment we were born.
The Hedonic Treadmill is a huge letdown.
Our conflict is fueled by ambition, but when we reflect on our life, we understand that the struggle is more essential than the achievement of our objectives.
In reality, most of us only accomplish our objectives in part or in whole.
This is a movie inside a movie.
And the leading guy in this picture has no idea that he is the leading man.
He was a product of the entertainment industry, having been born and reared on the stage.
This film has been viewed by millions of people.
The Truman Show is founded on the idea that society, the media, Hollywood producers, puppet masters, our school, parents, teachers, friends, and family often create the scene for our lives.
You are powerless in the face of such domination because your thinking is restricted by one.
Only through destroying the old unconscious and conscious barriers, the internal security that you have built up over the years, can you develop a new mindset and break free from authority.
You must be totally vulnerable to be really free.
Then you’ll notice the skeleton of authority in its whole.
It requires the employment of a sharp, rather than a sluggish, mind.
This video has lead me to a more important concept for living life, which I will expand on more below.
Inception is a film that is tough to understand.
To begin, you’ll need a lot of imagination.
The most mysterious aspects of the picture are concealed beneath highly complex and multi-layered scripts.
Christopher Nolan is a great architect and storyteller.
One of my favorites is:
Listen, there’s something you should know about me that involves conception. An idea is like a virus in that it is both resilient and contagious. Even the smallest seed may germinate into an idea. It has the power to either define or derail you.
Your thoughts are the result of your conditioning, just as my experiences are the result of my conditioning.
But every now and again, your mind latches onto an idea, maybe something you want to be so much that you want to be it.
It’s the version of oneself you’d want to be. It’s a self-portrait.
You find yourself trying to meet that objective. It is, however, a moving target.
You’ll never be satisfied with who you are.
You’re putting in a lot of effort to become your ideal self.
Like chasing your own shadow, your mind has played a trick on itself.
Once you’re aware of this method, you’ll be able to see the illusion of your greatest desire.
It seemed as though there was a never-ending fire.
This is the story of a businessman who just cared about making money.
He didn’t give a damn about his spiritual accomplishments.
One of the most emotional scenes in cinema, if not all of human history.
“If only I could save one more life…”
He was a thief. He was a gambler, a drinker, and a Nazi spy in Czechoslovakia.
He lacked even the most rudimentary sense of morality. There isn’t a speck of spiritual achievement to be found.
But when the time came, when life presented him with a monumental task, he met it with spiritual majesty.
He started to appreciate the beauty of LIFE in a manner he had never seen before as his inner life became more deep.
Every person’s destiny is unique.
Everything in between is a part of the life you have been given.
Destiny, chance, and the result, whether expected or unexpected.
If you resist, assert your independence, and take risks, you may have a different fate.
This movie serves as an example of unlimited liberty.
“Life was like a box of chocolates,” my mother used to remark, and Gump frequently cites her. It’s hard to know what you’re going to get.“
I’ll let the quotes from the film to speak for themselves.
- In fight club, I saw the toughest and smartest men who have ever lived. All of this potential is being wasted in my opinion. A generation of white-collar slaves pumping gas and serving tables, God forbid. Because of advertising, we pursue cars and clothes, and we perform jobs we don’t enjoy so we can buy things we don’t need. We’re the middle children of history, man. There was no rhyme or reason for it, and it was nowhere to be found. We are not in the midst of a Great War. There won’t be a Great Depression this time. The Great Depression is a time in our lives, and our Great War is a spiritual struggle. We’ve all been raised with the idea that one day, owing to television, we’ll all be millionaires, movie gods, and rock stars. We’re not going to do it, however. And we’re gradually becoming aware of it. To say the least, we’re furious.
- You eventually get ownership of your belongings.
- When we have lost everything, we are only free to achieve anything.
You’re in for a surprise if you haven’t met me before the acid test. I used to be arrogant and egotistical. Every second of my life, I wondered why the universe had put me in this position.
It happened for no apparent reason. I didn’t make any mistakes.
The mental agony brought on by the horrible injustice is what hurts the most right now, not the physical pain.
As the events unfolded, it was almost as if I were a dead man looking at everyone else from another planet.
After losing my pride, ego, and SELF, I felt powerless as I walked to my own funeral.
I’m so exposed that I’ve lost any sense of self!!
Life had appeared totally empty of hope to me.
But, despite the difficult external conditions, it gave me the opportunity to grow spiritually beyond myself!
It was a safe refuge for me from the ridiculousness of it all.
Few individuals have been given the chance to overcome these obstacles and transform their lives into inner triumphs.
Steve Jobs once remarked, “It was awful tasting medicine, but I guess the patient needed it.”
Or I might have ignored the challenge and vegetated in my hospital bed, like the rest of the acid-burned patients.
The writing in Batman Begins is amazing!!
Every phrase, all the way down to my own personal experiences, I find myself absorbing and digesting.
EVERY PROBLEM I’VE ENCOUNTERED.
Despite my rage, tears, and pain, I was brought to a Cleanroom to protect my wounds from being contaminated by external airborne viruses and germs (I had third-degree burns over half of my face, almost costing one of my eyes, all the way down to my neck, chest, hands, and legs).
I couldn’t wear anything on the top half of my body.
The hospital’s centralized air conditioning equipment blew chilly winds.
I couldn’t get my mind off all of the little annoyances and issues I’d had in the past.
What are we going to eat tonight? Is it likely that I’ll be able to go to work on time tomorrow? Should I get together with my friends for a cup of delicious coffee?
I couldn’t get the thought out of my head that life is so trivial.
Then I shifted my focus to something completely else.
RAGE was the catalyst for all that followed. My veins were clogged with venomous rage.
I wished I hadn’t been born so that I might be free of my pain.
FEAR. I became terrified of what was happening inside of me.
I’m scared of my own power, that my anger would drive me to do heinous and repulsive acts in order to exact revenge.
I dug deep inside myself to discover what I was really terrified of.
Emotion is in distress.
It ceases to be one once I have a clear and precise picture of it.
My goal is to figure out why…
My attempt to regain my inner strength will fail if I can’t define a future goal.
An OBJECTIVE for my Existence to strive for in order to strengthen my resolve; to persevere in the terrible circumstances of my own life.
It didn’t matter what I expected from life in the end; what mattered was what life expected of me.
P.S. Let me know which Netflix movies you’d want me to add to my queue. I have a much longer list, but I’ve decided to wait until I receive a calm and sensible response from the readers before extending it. Please let me know in the comments area below if you have any questions.
Other films to consider are The Matrix, American History X, The Green Mile, Mr. Nobody, Cloud Atlas, Doctor Strange, Hacksaw Ridge, and V for Vendetta. SELECT YOUR FAVORITE!!
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