This is a beautifully written series of forty-nine short pieces that encourages us to pause, step back from the external chaos of our lives and look for the possibilities of divine grace; of the possibilities that are available to us and we fail to see hidden in the midst of our frenetic lives. Toms brings a light touch to these meditative essays. Whether she is pointing to the miracle of tiny spiders over a rushing creek or motivating the reader to be an activist without becoming a crazy fanatic, Toms' writing displays a grounded sensibility that is always open to the wonder found in nature and in everyday relationships. It weaves a tapestry of the sacredness of life. Justine Toms provides myriad ways for readers to "e;tune-in"e; to their daily lives and connect to what is good, what has deeper meaning and what is beautiful. It is a feel-good book for literate spiritual seekers.