How Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s memory can be ‘for a blessing’
The Jewish way to mourn Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Lamm, who helped rebuild Y.U. into the flagship institution of Modern Orthodoxy, had lost his wife to COVID-19 in April.
When Pius died in 1958, Hochhuth felt he had to expose the faults in his actions. “He was virtually canonized by world opinion on his deathbed.”
“They were there for us, and I’m finding out now that they were there for everybody,” their daughter said.
The publication noted that “due to the enormity of the crisis,” it was unable to document every death that occurred in the past few weeks.
Hal Willner might have been the most willfully strange person in show business.
“He was the most selfless, head strong and caring friend I have ever met, and became one of the closest friend to many others,” a friend wrote.
Bayfield dragged himself from a burning tank and carried a wounded comrade to safety, a tenacity that stayed with him during his illness.
May his memory be for a blessing.