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The Nature of Jewish Social Change: A Review of David Jaffe's Changing the World from the Inside Out

One of the most pressing realizations of life in the hustle and bustle of the modern world is that society lacks a mechanism for self-reflection. Our culture seems to almost shun inner contemplation in favor of a constant barrage of outer instant gratifications. In this way, people are less focused on cultivating their best inward-looking selves than they are their exteriors; this is a camouflage that hides our path towards full actualization.
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