Danya Ruttenberg writes books about the messy business of trying to be a person in the world, and how spirituality can inform and transform that work. Sometimes that’s about parenting, sometimes feminism, sex, God, justice, or joy.  It’s all interconnected, isn’t it?

She’s a highly-sought keynote speaker and lecturer who has been named by Newsweek and The Daily Beast as one of ten “rabbis to watch,” and one of the top 50 most influential women rabbis.

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“Profound… a wise book [whose] ideas keep stirring after the last page is turned.”

- Chicago Tribune

“…Relatable to practitioners of all faiths. This is great gift for parents-to-be or new parents who are wrestling with how to stay grounded and maintain their spirituality in the hectic early years of raising a family.”

- Publishers Weekly

“Smart and funny… so meaningful for parents of small kids.”

- Tablet Magazine

“In her inimitable style – sometimes sassy, other times soft and reflective, Ruttenberg tills the soil of [parents’] inner landscape.”

- Forward.com

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