r.i.p. rbg.


Ruth Bader delivers a sermon as camp Rabbi at the age of 15, at Che-Na-Wah camp in Minerva, N.Y. (Photo: Supreme Court of the United States)



Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg photographed
on the occasion of her 20th anniversary on the bench in 2013.
Nikki Kahn/The Washington Post/Getty Images

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  1. The more I discovered about Justice Ginsburg’s life, the more I cherished her, Beth. Yesterday’s news here featured interviews with current sorority sisters at Cornell University, and how her legacy affected them these long generations later was so marvelous to here. They are determined to carry her wisdom and determination with them.

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  2. My friend sent me a beautiful quote by Justice Ruth BG – “If you want to be a true professional, you will do something outside yourself, something to repair tears in your community, something to make life a little better for people less fortunate than you. That’s what a meaningful life is – living not for oneself, but for one’s community.” ♥(ˆ⌣ˆԅ)

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  3. I can’t believe we have to keep going without her. She was so important to all of our lives, not just her family, but to the whole country, to women everywhere. No words can explain how much she will be missed and how we will all suffer for her leaving.

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  4. She was a brilliant progressive thinker – polar opposite to Supreme Court Judge Antonin Scalia…yet they were close friends. You see, we CAN have different opinions but still have respect and consideration of each other….she will be missed

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