Sometimes the most radical ideas are the simplest. And often they're found right under our nose - a dozen or so inches below, where the heart is. That's where it hit emergency room doctor Matthew Sleeth that his frenetic, 24/7 lifestyle was crushing his spirit. So he snatched a day of the week back from the milieu and dedicated it to cultivating a healthy soul. This has became his prescription for a life worth living and he recommends it wholeheartedly. The best thing about sabbath time, Dr. Sleeth says, is that it has a way of feeding and then shaping the rest of our time. It transforms the hustle and bustle into the holy.