Joan Chittister observes in this book that, "We must become aware of God where we are and in what we do or life will never really be sacred to us." The author, a Benedictine nun, has organized this treasuretrove of spiritual bonbons around the four seasons: "summer (warmth radiating), autumn (grace abounding), winter (hearts touching), and spring (soul emerging)." Chittister salutes the soulful dimensions of kindness, patience, hospitality, service, and caring for others. The book accentuates the spiritual beauty that resides in us all and challenges readers to rejoice in the bounties of grace.