With countless plaudits honoring the work of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, what can I add?
There is a folk expression to the effect that with every passing year, the personality is more deeply etched upon the face. By age 87, her personality was in clear display.
She was kindly, yet fiercely determined.
So many strivers are driven by ambition. Hers was a calling, a vision of principles.
Like cellist Pablo Casals, who improved every year before he died, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was born a mortal, and died a giant.
We need her still. Who will champion “Be all you can be”?
Although the opinions of a Supreme Court justice, even in dissent, tend to be monumental, I can’t think of her by other than her first name.
Thank you, Ruth.