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"The author's message regarding the power of positive acts based on strong faith and ethical thought is uplifting."
—Peter S. Willmott, director, FedEx Corporation
"A wealth of prayers and thoughts for everyone, regardless of tradition. I found it non-stop reading in one sitting."
—S. Shepherd Tate, past president, American Bar Association
"Finally, a book that has models of faith forged by fishing, walking, writing, singing ... even eating a fast food breakfast. If you're looking for ways to integrate your 'real life' and your 'prayer life,’ [this] is the guidebook you’ve been looking for."
—Ana Hernández, author, The Sacred Art of Chant: Preparing to Practice
“Eloquent.... A precious gift that busy people ... will likely want to carry around with them for inspiration.”
—★Publishers Weekly starred review
“The holy is in the ordinary, the sacred is in the profane and we find the Creator of the universe in the mundane details of everyday life. John McQuiston does an admirable job of helping us to discover the joy of this reality in the knockabout world of work.”
—Mitch Finley, author, Prayer for People Who Think Too Much: A Guide to Everyday, Anywhere Prayer from the World’s Faith Traditions
“Reading this book is like taking deep breaths of clean, fresh air … illuminates the spiritual practices that can be incorporated into all of life…. Will be savored.”
“Prove[s] that a deeper spiritual dimension into daily life, even during the workweek, is possible through prayer, meditation, ritual and other forms of spiritual practice.”
—Baker & Taylor’s Spirit
“Reveals the truly unique nature of prayer.”
—Whole Living magazine