This book brings the wellsprings of ancient tradition and wisdom to bear on these matters of everyday decision-making. The author, who is a major leader of Reform Judaism, presents a rounded and relevant vision of faith that is holistic, body-positive, ecological, and life-affirming to both genders. The opening section on food is rich with insights into cooking, eating, blessings for meals, fasting, and sharing food with the hungry. Waskow's commentaries on the sacred dimensions of money, sex, and Sabbath day rest are equally enlightening. Here is a Judaism that deals concretely with practical matters. This book will appeal to those who, like the author, want "to infuse the everyday with a sense of sacredness."