This is an ambitious and intellectually adventuresome collection of essays by one of Latin America's most controversial liberation theologians. In these pages, he removes the spaces that separate ecology, spirituality, liberation theology, and mysticism. Boff sees ecology as the art of interconnections challenges us to be loving custodians of the Earth and to view all living creatures as gates to a meeting with God. He views "cosmic mysticism" as one of the most important spiritual projects of our time, along with the liberation of the poor and the downtrodden. It is refreshing to see such a cogent and multidimensional call for freedom, fulfillment, diversity, and justice.