One should, and one must, truly live with all, but one should live with all in holiness, one should hallow all that one does in one's natural life. One eats in holiness, tastes the taste of food in holiness, and table becomes an altar. One works in holiness; and he raises up the sparks that hide themselves in all tools. One walks in holiness across the fields, and the soft songs of all herbs which they voice to God, enter into the song of our soul. One drinks in holiness to each other with one's companions, and it is as if they read together in the Torah. One dances the roundelay in holiness, and a brightness shines over the gathering. A husband is united with his wife in holiness and the shekinah rests over them.

Martin Buber, Christian Mysticism by William McNamara