Analysis Of The Book ' Friday With Morrie ' Essay

1164 Words Sep 12th, 2016 5 Pages

Many people believe that we don 't have to care what people think about us. But other people believe that is important to know what other people think about us. As a result of matter what people think about us they made an event called Living Funeral. A living Funeral is an event where the person who will die invite their relatives and friends to meet with them and hear what they feel or think about them. But other group of people believe that this event is a waste of time because the majority of their visitors will not tell the truth or because they think that the only opinion that should matter is their own opinion. In the book “Tuesday with Morrie” written by Mitch Albom, he narrates us when his Prof. Morrie decides to do a living Funeral. A living funeral is not always a wonderful idea because not everyone tell the truth. The only moment where people tell their truth feelings is when they are passing through a difficult moment.

Prof. Morrie is a senior man who has 78 years old and was diagnosed with a terminal disease called Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). That is why Prof. Morrie decides to do a living Funeral because he thinks that saying marvelous things to a person who is already dead is a waste of time. Morrie Schwartz was a sociology professor at the Brandeis University and after he was diagnosed with ALS he did not quit his job at the University because he decide to work until he can not go anymore as a result of his…

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