Rabbi Dan Gordon, Temple Beth Torah

Rabbi Dan Gordon, Temple Beth Torah

Throughout history, the Jewish people have learned, ‘we can’t count on anyone but ourselves.’  The March of Remembrance is beginning to change that perception.  Those who participate in the March say to the world that NO oppression is acceptable.  When Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel marched with Martin Luther King in Alabama in 1963, he said, ‘I’m praying with my feet.’  Walking with those willing to end oppression is a powerful form of prayer that we can all appreciate.

Rabbi Dan Gordon, Temple Beth Torah

March of Remembrance Texas
2019-09-18T08:53:47-05:00

Rabbi Dan Gordon, Temple Beth Torah

Throughout history, the Jewish people have learned, ‘we can’t count on anyone but ourselves.’  The March of Remembrance is beginning to change that perception.  Those who participate in the March say to the world that NO oppression is acceptable.  When Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel marched with Martin Luther King in Alabama in 1963, he said, ‘I’m praying with my feet.’  Walking with those willing to end oppression is a powerful form of prayer that we can all appreciate.