The Life and Career of Adam and Gila Milstein

Israel on Campus Coalition, Birthright Israel, StandWithUs as well as Jewish Funders Network and Israel-American Council, just to mention a few. These are the organizations that Adam Milstein can be retraced to. Some of the Jewish leaders that he has partnered with to make the life of the Jewish people better include philanthropists Haim Saba and Sheldon Adelson.

He worked with this two gentlemen to make the inaugural Campus Maccabees Summit a success. This was a summit that brought together about 50 Jewish organizations to discuss the future of the Jewish people in the United States and around the world.

For his contribution to these organizations and other good deeds, Adam Milstein was named as one of the most influential Jews of modern time by the readers of the Jerusalem post. In this post, he appeared as number 39 and was honored to be among other leaders such as the current Prime Minister of the State of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, US senator Charles, as well as Haim Saban and Sheldon Adelson.

This list consisted of other prominent people like comedians, philanthropist, Supreme Court judges and other prominent individuals. To be named on this list, these gentlemen had changed the lives of fellow Jews for the better. Adam Milstein was named particularly for his involvement with the Israeli-American Council as well as the Adam and Gila Milstein Foundation. This is a foundation that he established together with his wife to help the Jewish people familiarize with their roots and culture. Adam Milstein attributes his success to his wife who has played a major role.

Adam and Gila live in California, and together they have three children. Adam Milstein was born in Haifa, Israel and spent his childhood in Israel before relocating to the US in the year 1981. Adam has also fought in the war during his mandatory service with the Israeli defense forces from 1971-1974.

Adam Milstein holds a degree from the Technion College where he graduated in the year 1978. He majored in business and economics. After college, he ventured into the real estate and is currently a partner at the Hager Pacific Properties.

The Wisdom of Kabbalah Meets at the Kabbalah Centres

The wisdom of Kabbalah dates back thousands of years to the ancient Jewish culture, back to the early days of the Bible. Kabbalah spirituality originates in the belief that God is all Light, and when the wisdom of Kabbalah is accepted and understood, the student gets closer to the Light; humans are ever on a journey.

Kabbalah also says that every human being has a purpose on earth, and people will continue to walk in situations that teach them until they leave this earth.

Kabbalah Centres are located around the world in many cities so that those on a spiritual journey can come together and learn from the books and CDs that are available. The original Kabbalah Centre is in Israel, which confirms its close relationship with the Jewish religion. Kabbalah wisdom has been translated from original teachings into every language on the globe by the Bergs who have dedicated their lives to this.

The actual meaning of the word Kabbalah means “to receive.” The Kabbalah Centres offer many opportunities for an individual to take spiritual courses in the ancient wisdom.

There is now Kabbalah University online allows more students to reach the wisdom. These teachings on Kabbalah wisdom focus on being positive in a world that is mainly negative.  Kabbalah finds purpose in every situation, leaving nothing to chance.

The teachings at the Kabbalah Centre are developed to focus the person on their spiritual and God-like characteristics so that your joy increases until you experience emotional and spiritual well-being. Negative emotions block the Light that supplies the happiness and joy, but with Kabbalah wisdom, you can lead the life you were meant to live.

The central book of Kabbalah is The Zohar, which relates the energy to Light and the consciousness of God. Students of Kabbalah “tap” into the source, and bring the Light out, which includes sharing it with others. Spreading the Light is the main goal in a student’s life.

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