I really welcome this book. I have found accessing many books of wisdom difficult and frustrating, basically because the masculine dominates the language. Referring to God as 'she' comes as a breath of fresh air to someone who is constantly irritated with the dominance of the masculine throughout the English language. It is about time this was addressed. The only issue I have with this book is that the person who changed the language didn't take as much care as was necessary for it to continue to make sense or maintain it's believability. It came across that they had just performed a blanket sweep over the text without considering the implications, such as referring to Jesus as she in quotes? I corrected my copy with my own pen. It is important for me to point out that this isn't a 'religious' book, it just aligns itself with universal truths and God is referred to in a Pantheism context. I found it refreshing to read a book that uses 'she' instead of 'he' throughout. For me it begs the question, should all our writings be available in both masculine and feminine language, where it authentically possible to do so?