Weed Out Hate: Plant A Rose: A Judaic Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (PB) (2021)

How can one ordinary person make a difference in the world? Marc Daniels shows us how. This book chronicles his inspiring path as a spiritual whisperer to key political figures at rope line discussions along the Iowa Caucus campaign trail, including Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and Cory Booker. Marc's mission is to inspire the electorate to unite and grind down systemic racism. Candidates and journalists call him the Campaign Kippah Guy, referring to how he cuts through rally crowds like butter and engages with the candidates. Marc was inspired to write this book after a life-changing experience, a visit to the site of the concentration camp at Dachau. Many people become tormented by shame and guilt after visiting these sites. Marc experienced these feelings, but at the same time was impressed by the shrill birdsong, amplified by echo effects, that were produced by the architects of the outdoor memorial site. The piercing, sometimes cacophonous chirping made him aware of how little we have changed since the Holocaust and how much inner work still lies ahead. After this epiphany, Marc founded the Weed Out Hate Initiative for kids of all ages to weed out hate from their hearts and gardens. A heartfelt call to action that each one of us can appreciate and use, Marc provides a road map to our ultimate destination: a better world.
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Marc Daniels
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Outskirts Press
Publication Date:
August 30, 2021