Palm Bay, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/21/2014 -- Emunah Y'srael “The ZACAR Song Project” is down to the wire, the project is slated to run for 40 days and 40 nights in order to raise money and awareness for a song, which is also a prayer for a people who have been displaced. If a broken spirited person who is disheartened sings this prayer with their whole heart, soul, and might they can receive relief. This song can change the way the world feels pain forever. The creator has supplied all the resources to make this project possible, now she just needs the funding to access studio time to re-record the Zacar song in high quality and to shoot a HD music video.
This song encourages people to heal spiritually instead of seeking other less healthy options to ease pain. The goal is to share this song as a 'National Anthem for Spiritual Healing.' The world is in much need of healing and Emunah aka Sojournah desires to contribute her piece of the puzzle. With a resolution to this problem of human pain and suffering, this song could be a game changer in the battle against world suffering. But without efficiency, clarity and most importantly a proper recording, this song is unable to progress. This song needs the funding for a video production and distribution for the following reasons:
- In order for everyone to see all the benefits to the song, they need to hear it
- This song will be best enjoyed by the masses, once the song is received by a group the energy and vibration will improve
- This song can help the recent epidemic: Countless deaths of 'Black' youth and the treatment of a marginalized segment of society has begun to strike an emotional cord in the hearts of people of all ethnicities around the world
So this admirable concept is hitting Indiegogo right now and it will be fascinating to see how this new song is accepted amongst peers. With so much success and positive feedback so far, the Emunah looks to solidify this movement, but it will have to be through shared efforts. The campaign offers gifts and healing packages to all of their funders. This will be a campaign to watch.
Crowdfunding enables people with a great business idea to ask the general public for the funding they need to set up or expand. The business sets a target for the money it wants to raise and explains how it will use the cash. People can then make pledges for small amounts of money in return for a reward if the target is reached.
Name: Emunah Y'srael