"When you pray, move your feet." - old african proverb (HT: Zena Musings)
Beautiful! I can't help but read this without wondering about the original intent. My assumption is that it refers to action being an essential aspect of prayer and faith. The wonder of art and literature is that the reader's /viewer's perspective is just as important.
In my mind I envision a person wrestling and grappling with God pouring out his angst, worry, doubt, and fear. Or perhaps a woman dancing with jubilation praising God in song and dance. Too often we pray the same generic prayer as yesterday or perhaps just recite a list of necessary items instead of praying from our heart sharing our emotions in a visceral, physical way.
I know I can't share my innermost thoughts and emotions with my husband while sitting with my head bowed and my hands folded in a demure fashion (my husband is probably laughing at that thought), so why should I attempt that with God?