As we march through life, most of us develop deeper, richer, and more nuanced insights about what this journey means. Isn’t it true that, under the best of circumstances, aging brings wisdom, some of which requires that significant portions of our lives are in the rearview mirror? The poet Mary Oliver wrote, “Instructions for living a life. Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it.” Lifelong Rhode Islander, Jack Partridge, tells us about it.
Jack Partridge, a Providence College and Harvard Law School graduate, has lived in Rhode Island for nearly all of his 75 years. He is an attorney with the Providence law firm, Partridge, Snow and Hahn.