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    Tuesdays with Morrie On July, 31, 2015 my life changed, I was sitting there with some family and this women who I considered a grandma to me was on her deathbed. The next thing my family and I ,hear is her rasped breathing, and what sounded like choking. She was having difficulty breathing. I walk over to her and then I saw, it the life leave her body. The way her eyes looked empty and the heaviness that was in the room afterwards was saddening. Death is a hard subject to think about especially when someone witnesses it. Morrie Schwartz is another person who speaks about death, and teaches important lessons on how to be happy in life. He is from the book Tuesdays with Morrie. Morrie has ALS which is a muscle disease that makes him lose control of his muscles. Eventually he will die from it. In the book Tuesdays with Morrie, Morrie teaches people to live life through teaching to not have regrets, to have forgiveness for others, and that death is a natural thing. In the memoir Tuesdays with Morrie, Morrie talks about not having regrets in life. Morrie has a lot of regrets in life for example he had this friend. Him and Morrie were friends forever, but then one day Morrie’s wife needed surgery…

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    forgetting to learn, forget to love, and most importantly people forget to live. In Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom, we learn through character Morrie, that we are ignoring life's most important lessons. Morrie Schwartz is Mitch's former college professor and through a list of events, one including Morrie being diagnosed with ALS causing him to lose the ability to walk, Mitch decides go and see his former professor at his home. Only for Mitch to be enlightened by his stories about love,…

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    After reading the book tuesdays with Morrie, I began to research Mitch Albom. I came to find out that the real reason he wrote the book was to help Morrie pay his medical bills. While reading the book, it touched me in ways I could never imagine. One of the main reasons I think Morrie Albom wrote this book was to show you that although you are going through a rough time in your life always see the positive in things. Mitch and Morrie rekindled their relationship by having one final “class”:…

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    Let me start off by defining what an aphorism is, an aphorism is a true statement intended to share a universal truth (Google.com). In Tuesdays With Morrie, Morrie was a professor who was diagnosed with ALS. This is a terminal disease that attacks a person 's nervous system, slowly making parts of the victim 's body inoperable. While he is dying, an old student of his, Mitch, visits Morrie every Tuesday. Morrie shares a lot of aphorisms with him that taught Mitch Albom, and myself, how to live a…

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    ‘‘Tuesdays with Morrie’’ is a novel written by the author Mitch Albom. It talks about and old man and a young man who are friends and life’s greatest lesson. The novel content displays fourteen Tuesdays that Mitch the writer had with Morrie. In the first Tuesday, they both take about the world and its importance for people. In the second Tuesday, they discuss the feeling of sorry for yourself. In the fourth Tuesday, they talked about death and the desire of being alive. The fifth Tuesday…

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    My experience with ALS began long before I started to read Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom. In 2012, my grandfather was diagnosed with ALS. Up until that point, I had never heard of this terrible disease. Being the naïve eighteen-year-old girl that I was at the time, I did not give my grandfather the care and attention he deserved. At the time of his diagnosis, I saw death as something that shouldn’t be talked about. It was a gloomy shadow that no one wanted to acknowledge. My family…

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    Tuesdays With Morrie Theme Analysis Tuesdays With Morrie is about the lifelong bond between a student and his college professor. Mitch hadn’t spoken to his old teacher in years. Morrie and Mitch had a very close relationship, they were not only student and teacher but best friends. One night everything changed. Morrie was on the show “Nightline” being interviewed about his terminal disease. Morrie had ALS or more commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig's Disease. Mitch was an up and coming author of…

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    This book “Tuesdays with Morrie” , is about a man who has a medical condition which is slowly taking away his ability to even move and talk,this is called ALS. He expresses his thoughts on life and on death, and about everything in life people usually have a hard time expressing. I really did like this book in the fact of he talks about things that have gone through my mind at some point. Also just hearing Morries stories leading to how he lived his last days and how he grew was inspiring. Some…

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    Tuesdays with Morrie is the story of a teacher giving one of his former students a “final class”. The teacher is Morrie Schwartz and the student is Mitch Albom. This memoir recalls the many life lessons Morrie taught Mitch and challenges the reader to think about what they believe in. Reading Tuesdays with Morrie allowed me to reflect on many aspects about life in general. Aging is part of the normal human process. Time stops for no one, albeit the amount of time an individual has varies. As…

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    Thirdly, fear of aging is a really significant topic in Tuesdays with Morrie. Mitch was supporting Morrie keep his positivity, and to continue to teach him. Morrie has a lot of knowledge in him, and he wants Mitch to comprehend it before his death comes. Mitch has hope for Morrie that he will live and Mitch will help him fight his ALS disease because Mitch returns regularly every Tuesday to listen to Morrie's lessons on "The Meaning of Life." In expanding, Mitch also brings a Sony tape recorder…

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