New Daily E-Mails Inspire Subscribers, Support Grassroots 'New Spirituality' Movement

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Humanity’s Team, a year-old grassroots organization known as a “civil rights movement for the soul,” has launched a daily e-mail service that produces inspirational messages for subscribers worldwide. The pioneering service, called “A New Way to Look at Your Day,” contains uplifting, empowering messages and meditations from the best-selling spiritual author and Humanity’s Team founder Neale Donald Walsch, as well as poetic and inspiring words from other writers whose understandings of God and life resonate with New Spirituality thinking.

Humanity’s Team (http://www.humanitysteam.com), a year-old grassroots organization known as a “civil rights movement for the soul,” has launched a daily e-mail service (http://www.newspirituality.org) that produces inspirational messages for subscribers worldwide, the nonprofit organization announced today.

The pioneering service, called “A New Way to Look at Your Day,” contains uplifting, empowering messages and meditations from the best-selling spiritual author and Humanity’s Team founder Neale Donald Walsch, as well as poetic and inspiring words from other writers whose understandings of God and life resonate with New Spirituality thinking.

New Spirituality thinking is a pluralistic spiritual healing philosophy with religious implications that seeks to renew and restore people’s connection with God and with each other. Under the New Spirituality, God is a deity who is needless, nonjudgmental, noncondemning, nonpunishing, ever-changing and everywhere present; an infinite spirit whose only emotion is total love for all humanity and life itself, and whose agenda includes no objective other than to empower life to produce more life, more abundantly and more gloriously in each moment.

The New Spirituality messages -- each about 100 words long -- are delivered to e-mail boxes of subscribers around the world every day at 12:01 a.m. Pacific time.

An annual subscription fee of $19.50 (U.S.) supports Humanity’s Team educational outreach worldwide. It also lets Humanity’s Team offer low-cost or free “scholarship subscriptions” to people who believe their financial situations prohibit them from paying the full subscription fee.

“We’re very proud to offer this service, whose purpose is to educate, empower and inspire,” says Steve Farrell, the Humanity’s Team executive director and the e-mail service’s originator. “And we’re committed to providing these empowering and inspiring messages to people throughout the world regardless of their ability to pay.”

Besides inspiration and empowerment, part of the idea behind the messages and meditations is to invite people to consider the possibility of expanding their current spiritual beliefs -- “because in that expansion are extraordinary new possibilities,” Farrell says.

The graphically handsome e-mails currently appear in English as HTML text. Humanity’s Team plans to begin translating the messages into other languages in the coming months - the organization has more than 10,000 members in 47 countries -- and to offer a multimedia version of the messages in addition to the HTML.

Longer-term plans include offering other products and services as well as the inspirational messages.

Humanity’s Team is a grassroots movement whose mission is to renew and restore our connection with God and with each other. It seeks to free humanity from the oppression of its beliefs about God, about life and about each other in order to create a world in which humanity truly experiences unity and oneness.

For more information about “A New Way to Look at Your Day” or to subscribe to the daily service, log on to http://www.newspirituality.org. To learn more about Humanity’s Team, log on to http://www.humanitysteam.com. For either, you may also call +1 541-482-0126, e-mail info@humanitysteam.com or write to P.O. Box 1104, Tucker, Georgia 30085 USA.

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