The Saul Schottenstein Foundation B announces Record Interest in Spiritual Judaism- One People World United

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Millennials are amongst the largest group interested in the message of Spiritual Judaism-One People World United that are all connected, raising consciousness globally.

Over 470,000 like the message on the facebook page, “Spiritual Judaism - One People World United”. The site dedicated to raising the consciousness of people around the planet to the experience of Abraham, the father of Christians, Muslims and Jews. Abraham amidst star filled nights in the wilderness experienced the Force that connects ALL of Existence. His experience of connecting with the force that connects us, instead of the physical objects which all change, is the basis of the consciousness.

Spiritual Jews believe the covenant is to live one’s life in acceptance and harmony with the interconnection and oneness of all people, things and the life source of creation. Genesis 17:7 The facebook group is exploding with over 2,000 likes per day. Started in November 2011 with 5 people it has grown to over 470,000 friends. It is comprised mostly by young adults globally. This week there were over 20,300 discussions alone about it. Yearly web statistics show the unprecedented levels of interest.

Jeff Harris, the head of the foundation says "We set out to raise consciousness to the connection and Oneness of the Spirit that is One with ALL of Creation. We believe that through a Journey of the Soul with this consciousness that Inner Peace is attainable". Spiritual Judaism- One People World United's call to action is not one that is physical or material but one that connects your heart and spirit to the oneness of all creation (existence) and to raise consciousness which ultimately can lead to inner peace.

Millennials (18-26 year olds) have the strongest interest and are from all walks of life and from the four corners of the globe. Jeff explained "We are especially proud to connect with our brothers and sisters from all religions and backgrounds including Muslim, Christian and Jewish who are liking the message of hope and connectedness. People are from all parts of the world including many people from India, Indonesia, Philippines, Japan, Brazil, Malaysia, United States, Israel, Egypt, Thailand, Tunisia, Argentina, Cambodia, Canada, Fiji, Italy, Australia and Pakistan. Jeff explained that there are very few countries that are not represented by the friends of Spiritual Judaism- One People World United.

Visit Spiritual Judaism- One People World United on Facebook by clicking this link: If you have a message that resonates, Spiritual Judaism is interested in listening. They are also interested in building relationships and partnerships to share the message of oneness and connection.

Contact: Jami Edelheit - Saul Schottenstein Foundation B - 513-706-5444, Facebook: Spiritual Judaism-One People World United

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