The diminutive Ruth Bader Ginsberg (“RGB”) cast an embracing shadow across some of the most challenging debates and people of our time. She also exemplified a life guided by the four Cardinal Virtues of prudence, justice, fortitude and temperance.
Posts by carollgs:
Let us take a minute to exhale and assess how we made it through the past six (6) months, what was the “it factor” that offered a sense of sanity, what became your vice? How do you make it through safely day-by-day? Let us continue to do the best we can daily and be kind to one another by offering support and Love.
How we meet the challenges that are presented to us every day may shape how resilient our children will be as adults (and our future parents, legislators and caretakers).
This week I begin a six part series exploring the principles of nonviolence as understood and explained by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The principles provide wisdom and guidance for conflict reconciliation and offer us a path towards building the Beloved Community.
Greenwich Public schools did the right thing for children by providing the option of full-time school in grades K-8.
Column about helping anxious teens during a time of constant disasters.
2020 Greenwich Sentinel Awardee Pam Pagnani shares the values she has found in the ways she and others give back to their community.
How an event of two birds interacting as witnessed by Greenwich birder Jim Muchmore is interpreted by himself and by noted bird behavior specialists.
This past month has certainly been a golden time at the Greenwich Polo Club as many of high-goal polo’s most decorated players and ponies have convened at this storied town-based venue to battle it out against one another in hopes of clinching the coveted 2020 East Coast Open Championship title, regarded to be one of the most prestigious and celebrated marks of distinction of the sport.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, businesses around the state and the country have had to come up with innovative ways to serve customers in a safe manner.
The First Bank of Greenwich is certainly leading the way, as they are the first bank in the area to have walk-up teller windows.