By Molly Conway
May Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s memory be ‘for a blessing.’ What, exactly, does that mean?
There are a few posts going around reminding folks that since Ruth Bader Ginsburg is Jewish, the proper thing to say about her passing is “May her memory be for a blessing.” That’s true, but I wanted to add a bit of perspective on what that means. Jewish tradition does not focus on the afterlife….
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