About Pray With Your Feet


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.”

there is nothing more truly spiritual than a radically activist life

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