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The best of Sandra Steingraber's books. A passionate environmentalist and mother - this book should be considered required reading. She beautifully walks the reader through each phase of pregnancy and the effects of the environment upon the fetus at different stages of development. While the topic may sound dry, the author writes about science and the environment as if she were writing poetry! Don't miss Sandra Steingraber's article on How Mercury-Tainted Tuna Damages Fetal Brains at: http://www.inthesetimes.com/article/1787 This author is a Rachel Carson of her time.
Good reading.Simply thrilling and absorbing
The author offers a compelling argument for why the language involved with sin (sin, transgressions, etc.) is necessary for understanding and accepting salvation, as well as how it could be translated into our daily lives. One section that was particularly good was on the subject of penance; what it is, and what it could mean for us.
Interesting story of the lives or orthodox jewish community in memphis. Fear of change and maybe the necessity of it. Questioning identity and sense of self.