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40 days and 40 nights of remembrance, officially kicks off on the US National Constitutions Day
The Zacar Song Project launches on September 17, 2017 US Constitution Day. This day 227 years ago forty founding fathers of America signed the United States Constitution.
By: In the wilderness
Zacar meaning 'to remember' in Hebrew is the sound track for the project. The song is about calling to mind all of the things that we as a people have done to hurt ourselves and creation. The soul gripping acapella recording pleads for Divine intervention, Sojournah sings "Abba forgive your children and remember the words that you said." Abba meaning father in Hebrew illustrates someone in distress the song embodies the feeling of a hurting child calling for their parents.
Artist Sojournah has set an ambitious goal in launching her indiegogo campaign, one of the campaign goals is to get Zacar widely known as a National Anthem for Spiritual Healing. The success of this project will facilitate the making of a music video and re-recording of the single. Over the past six years Sojournah has been singing this Zacar upon request, each time the audience falls deeper in love with it.
One Zacar Song lover testifies " Your eyes swell...and just the voice alone that projects from the song your like WOW! That is beautiful!"
Sojournah dreams of having the opportunity to perform Zacar for an international audience at a healing centered venue created to reach out to families who have brutally lost their children or loved ones through violence.
The Zacar Song project has launched a Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign at www.fundthezacarsong.com , this international platform is a great vehicle to allow this vision to be realized. The campaign will run for 40 days and 40 nights. It is supporter driven and the Zacar Song Project bids everyone to pitch in by funding, sharing @emunah_ysrael while holding hastags signs bearing #zacarsong , #remember, #2chron7. Promote selfies social media updates, Zacar Song Karaoke and more.
"We want to have fun with this, make the healing process and the Zacar Project about us not me." -Sojournah
In the wilderness