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As we enter a new year a new century and a new millennium let us reflect on what it means to be human to learn to share to love and to die Tuesdays with Morrie is the story of a middle-aged success who has the life-changing opportunity to reconnect with his college mentor and learn or relearn some of Lifes more challenging lessons Morrie Schwartz dying of Lou Gehrigs disease reflects on his family work and the meaning of it all with a full heart and very few regrets Mitch Albom the aforementioned success sits by his old professors side and listens with an ever-expanding understanding of what these last few lessons are worth Can we review our own lives and be satisfied that we have not wasted days or even years on meaningless goals and projects Morrie makes his Tuesday visits with Mitch a final class on how to be proud of your efforts how to acknowledge love and how to say good-bye As you read try to put yourself not just in Morries place but in Mitchs as well Are these lessons you are ready to hear Can experiencing the death of someone you love bring an added richness to your life Could Morrie have taught these same things to Mitch if he were not dying Well start the 21st Century by thinking about the value of a single human life and how that life can reflect upon so many others I encourage readers to bring something of themselves back to the conversation Tuesdays with Morrie touches on issues we all can connect to - how are you coping with the human condition What have you learned What would you like to shareMorrie seems almost fearless in choosing to fully experience his illness He consciously chooses to review his life and actively pass on the lessons he has learned Have you ever had contact with a similar terminally ill person Can you imagine
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