“In my long life, I have seen great changes. How fortunate I was to be alive... when, for the first time in US history, it became possible to urge, successfully... the equal-citizenship stature of women and men as a fundamental constitutional principle.”
“When a thoughtless or unkind word is spoken, best tune out. Reacting in anger or annoyance will not advance one’s ability to persuade.”
“When a thoughtless or unkind word is spoken, best tune out. Reacting in anger or annoyance will not advance one’s ability to persuade,” wrote Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 2016. Read her Op-Ed.
I can’t recommend this 2016 piece by Ruth Bader Ginsburg more highly. Through her work and her words here, Justice Ginsburg showed that all of society benefits when women are in leadership roles.
"What enabled me to take part in the effort to free our daughters and sons to achieve whatever their talents equipped them to accomplish, with no artificial barriers blocking their way?" R.B.G. wrote in 2016 about the people who helped her along her way.
Best advice for the day, from Ruth Bader Ginsburg, whose passing we mourn today: "When a thoughtless or unkind word is spoken, best tune out. Reacting in anger or annoyance will not advance one’s ability to persuade"
What a life, what a mind... Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Advice for Living
“it helps sometimes to be a little deaf... When a thoughtless or unkind word is spoken, best tune out. Reacting in anger or annoyance will not advance one’s ability to persuade.” RBG
Her advice for living via includes “When a thoughtless or unkind word is spoken, best tune out. Reacting in anger or annoyance will not advance one’s ability to persuade.” #RIPRBG
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Advice for Living
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Advice for Living
This reprint in the NYT of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Advice for Living is a must read, so much wisdom. Bonus that I did not know, learned to write well with Vladimir Nabokov at Cornell
"How fortunate I was to be alive and a lawyer when, for the first time in [U.S.] history, it became possible to urge, successfully, before legislatures and courts, the equal-citizenship stature of women and men as a fundamental constitutional principle."
RBG’s life lessons— sent to me by my mother,
"Reacting in anger or annoyance will not advance one’s ability to persuade." Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Advice for Living
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Advice for Living
Opinion | Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Advice for Living - The New York Times #RBG
Some compelling insights from Ruth Bader Ginsburg as we mark her life and work.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Advice for Living
Opinion | Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Advice for Living
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Advice for Living - The New York Times