Compassion/Love Doesn’t Conquer it, Heals/ We Need a Balance of Men and Women in Government and Top Jobs and a Trickle-Down Effect for everyone Else

Essay by Luke Foster

What is a powerful quote on women leadership?

– Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ruth Bader Ginsburg most known for?

“Ruth Bader Ginsburg spent a lifetime flourishing in the face of adversity before being appointed a Supreme Court justice, where she successfully fought against gender discrimination and unified the liberal block of the court. She was born Joan Ruth Bader on March 15, 1933 in Brooklyn, New York.”

To lead you must first listen with an understanding heart and then act with a decisive mind.” “On my own I will just create, and if it works, it works, and if it doesn’t, I’ll create something else. I don’t have any limitations on what I think I could do or be.”

Joan Ruth Bader

I feel that there needs to be peace and prosperity in the world for everyone not just for the male rich elite then I feel to achieve this that we need a more balanced level of jobs for women in top places so the world is more compassionate. Preferably grandmothers. I feel when I meet grandmothers while beach walking, I feel so happy and loved just talking to them and I wish they were world leaders. I always tell them I love grandmothers and that they are the most loving and kind people on the planet. The Dalai Lama and Pope Francis are my metaphorical grandmothers and I am their loved grandson. Or perhaps loved nervous puppy dog.

Let woman choose her own vocation just as man does his. Let her go into business, let her make money, let her become independent, if possible, of man.”

 –Maggie Lena Walker.

“Maggie Lena Walker was an African American entrepreneur and civic leader who broke traditional gender and discriminatory laws by becoming the first Black woman to establish and become president of a bank in the United States—the Saint Luke Penny Savings Bank in Richmond.”

Maggie Lena Walker.

I love this quote about equal opportunities for women in the work force.

” Grandmother hood initiated me into a world of play, where all things became fresh, alive, and honest again through my grandchildren’s eyes. Mostly, it retaught me love.”

– Sue Monk Kidd

Sue Monk Kidd

This is how my grandmother Murtle made me feel.

In conclusion I hope the world chooses grandmother CEOs, Politicians and teachers for a more compassionate society where everyone is treated as loved and special.

Murtle my loving but tough as nails grandmother

My mum who was a grandmother

Drawing about my mum Maria Foster so wise and kind