About Pray With Your Feet

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If there is one thing that captures popular understanding of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., it’s an image from Selma, 1965. Rev. King links arms with a line of activists that includes Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, a shoulder’s breadth away, on their historic march to Montgomery. Heschel’s comments afterward have taken on a similarly iconic status:

“I felt my feet were praying.”

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