This book, written prior to the pandemic, reflects on the role of “earthquakes”—literal and metaphorical: times like the present when history trembles beneath our feet. Such times may overturn empires, structures of power, and the stability of our personal lives. Yet, as Rabbi Waskow writes in a special preface, “this specific ‘earthquake’ among all the earthquakes in our lives . . . is ever-present, even if invisible and inaudible.” These earthquakes may yet become the fertile ground from which renewal and new life come, especially if we can learn to “dance”—to imagine and live out new possibilities—in the midst of disruption.