Regret In Tuesdays With Morrie

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“You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching, love like you’ll never be hurt, sing like there’s nobody listening, and live like it’s heaven on earth” (William W. Purkey). According to Purkey people should live life how they want, and live life the way it make them happy. Morrie Schwartz would agree with what Purkey said to living life on what makes the person happy. In the memoir of Tuesdays with Morrie, Morrie teaches others how to live life through accepting regrets, loving others, and to express one 's emotions.
One of Morrie 's first teaching was on accepting regrets and to not hold a grudge. Morrie’s opinion on regrets was that he has once held a grudge with one of his old friends and once his friend died Morrie felt regret of not saying sorry to his friend from once he died from cancer. A example of some wise words of Morrie is “The culture doesn 't encourage you to think about such things until you’re about to die” (Albom 64). I agree that accepting one 's regrets is to be passed along to not hold a grudge to somebody before something happens. Being the one to hold a grudge on somebody makes one feel that if they do not say something now they will regret it in the end. This connects with my own life because I have had many regrets. I have regretted the choice of never forgiving my mom for the things she has have held me back on. I hold a grudge on her for holding me back on seeing the person who is my bestfriend, but even if I accept it,, it is too late now to back and fix it. So if
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All in the memoir Tuesdays with Morrie. Morrie has many teachings about many topics in life, but mostly on how to live life better, but to also become a better person in life. Like Purkey says “live like it’s heaven on earth” do not let anything get in the way of being a happier person, but yet to not have the wrong idea of it

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