Changing the World from the Inside Out: A Jewish Approach to Personal and Social Change

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About the Author
DAVID JAFFE is a rabbi, a social worker, and an educational consultant to many major Jewish institutions in North America. He's a nationally recognized leader in the field of Mussar and applied Jewish ethics, and he is a frequent speaker at synagogues and Jewish conferences around the country. He's spent twenty-five years teaching and working in various areas of social justice outreach, including homelessness and interfaith community organizing.
"This wise book is essential reading for anyone who recognizes that the world's problems demand spiritual solutions, because it is we who must change before we can expect to change the world. Rabbi Jaffe draws on deep and time-tested Jewish wisdom to guide us to become more effective activists by bringing our highest truth to bear on public issues. He shows us how to tap the wellsprings of motivation, channel emotions, and align our behavior with our highest values to make us more effective in serving the public good. Changing the World from the Inside Out is full of valuable lessons that will help ensure that your holy light shines like a beacon in these dark times, when we need it so much."--Alan Morinis, author of Everyday Holiness

"David Jaffe offers an incisive investigation into the key questions that confront anyone who hopes to make individual or systemic change. He encourages us to understand our motivations and drives--and how to use these to move toward the change we want, to help others move with us, and to not burn out in the process.--Ruth W. Messinger, former President of the American Jewish World Service

"Changing the World from the Inside Out combines sweeping, idealistic visions to repair the planet with practical, realistic approaches that enable this to get done, one step at a time. It offers a path with directions how to repair one's self and grow into a kind, understanding, nurturing partner in progress."--Rabbi Yitz Greenberg, President Emeritus, The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership

"An inspiring integration of musar (inspirational) literature and practice with numerous examples of how one can take the insights of that "inner" discipline and use it to make a difference in the world."--Raddi Sid Schwarz, New York Jewish Week