Thank you for participating in this questionnaire. Your time and input is greatly appreciated.
By taking part in this questionnaire, you consent that your information can be used for my paper. (Private details, e.g. names, will be changed in my paper, so as to protect your identity.)
The purpose of the following survey is to research whether or not there exits a dichotomy between the secular and hallowed world for the religious Jew? It aims to investigate his/her experiential consciousness of the 'outside' secular world.
You may also be asked to also take part in a short interview.

Please answer all the questions. Thank you.

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* 1. Personal Information (All your details are completely confidential and will not be passed on. Your name is needed to link your answers with possible future interviews but you may give a pseudo-name.)

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* 2. Are you male or female?

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* 3. What is your age?

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* 4. Which of the following best describes your current occupation?

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* 5. What is the highest level of school you have completed or the highest degree you have received?

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* 6. (If you are Jewish:) How do you describe your religious affiliation? Please be as precise as possible. Use the 'Other' box to describe your position in more detail.

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* 7. On an average weekday, how much time do you spend on:

  An hour or less per day 1-2 hours 2-3 hours 3-4 hours More than four hours
Religious studies
Prayer
Helping Others

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* 8. Please say how true these statements are for you:

  False Neither True nor False A little True Somewhat True Often True Always True
G-d's revelation depends on the spiritual level of the world
I strive to come close to G-d in all that I do
G-d's revelation depends upon my perception and spiritual level
The physical world hides G-d
I think about G-d during the day, even when not in the synagogue or similar religious setting
Engaging in the mundane can be a Mitsvah
I see G-d in everything I do
I feel close to G-d, even when involved in the mundane
When I eat, I am aware of G-d
I am connected with G-d - whatever I do
G-d is in heaven
I imagine G-d to be in heaven
I experience G-d more in the outside world than in a religious setting
I love G-d
G-d hides Himself
When I look at the sky, I think of G-d
I often speak to G-d whilst involved in the mundane
G-d is concerned about everything about me
This world is the main world
When there is a medical or scientific breakthrough, I am cognisant that G-d has orchestrated it
When I am with my spouse, I think, or am aware of, G-d.
I do not struggle with the Principles of my Faith
G-d is in everything
G-d is separate from creation
When attempting to arrange or fix something, I am aware that G-d is the Cause of all causes
G-d loves me
I often think of or speak to angels
I strongly believe in G-d and the Torah
I meditate regularly [besides ritual prayer]
After performing a Mitsvah, I feel closer to G-d
When looking at the sun, moon, stars, or other wonders of the cosmos, I am reminded of the Creator
My physicality prevents me from experiencing G-d
I feel a personal relationship with G-d
I do not experience a dichotomy between my religious beliefs and the outside world
When I perform my religious duites, I am fully present and mindful of what I am doing or saying
When I am engaged in the mundane, I am conscious of G-d
I see G-d in the world
When reading the news, I am always aware that G-d is directing world affairs
There is no contradiction between science and the Torah
After prayer, I see the world differently
When I work on a computer, I do not forget G-d
The physical world is a manifestation of the spiritual
G-d is part of my reality
When there is a natural disaster, I am cognisant that G-d has orchestrated it
After learning Torah, I experience the world differently
G-d is everywhere

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* 9. In general, how do you experience G-d?

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* 10. Where do you experience G-d most, and where least?

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