Why don’t we do what we know is good for us?

And how to live what you know to be true

Noam Levenson
6 min readSep 21, 2020

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We Jews just finished the month of Elul which constitutes a time of t’shuvah before Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. T’shuvah is commonly translated as “repentance,” although this is a poor semantic representation for the Jewish concept. The process of t’shuvah, at its core, is a return to self, to our inner truths — the word in Hebrew, תשובה‎ — literally means, “return.” T’shuvah is the return to the things we know to be true, to be valuable for us, to be healthy for us, but for some…

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Noam Levenson

Writer exploring crypto, economics and finance, and collective narratives. I publish on Substack as well: https://theblockprint.substack.com/