From the Introduction to the book:
Life in Christ is really simple. But with Catholicism, there are so many great ways to live out that life in Christ. Think of it like an ice cream shop. The basics are chocolate, vanilla and strawberry. And those are great. Heck, I could eat chocolate ice cream for the rest of my life and be perfectly content.
But then I discover that there are other flavors out there. Not just a few, but hundreds. And as I sample other flavors, I discover that I like them as well. I'm not drawn to every flavor, but some I make a regular part of my ice cream diet. While an imperfect analogy, that's kind of what the Catholic faith is like. There are so many other things that may be a blessing to you. Mass and the Sacraments are the essentials. But what if you could broaden your horizons? Would you be willing to try a few other things? Like a novena, or the Rosary or Lectio Divina or Eucharistic adoration, etc.?