Rabbi Heschel marched alongside Martin Luther King Jr., famously reporting that he felt like his legs were praying. Heschel practiced what he called “radical amazement” in his work with religious others. “The opposite of good is not evil,” he said, “it is indifference.”
As we focus increasingly on ourselves, who do we leave behind, abandon? Abraham Joshua Heschel's prescient words on aging and vanity from his essay "To Grow in Wisdom."
Obama's statement that "some are to blame, but all are responsible" sounds a bit familiar.
A random tweet lifts the spirits while researching the ethics of global aid.
What do you get when you search the term "heschel" — a surprising image and a moment of insight.
What do you do when an interview on AJH is too good to be cut? Be merciless.