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In the book Tuesdays With Morrie we are introduced to the unforgettable character Mr Morrie Schwartz Morrie is a teacher a passionate sociologist until he could not possibly teach in the classroom anymore The ALS did stop him from teaching college but did not stop him from teaching what he knew safe at his home to anyone who visited him His out of school classes were based on life death and the obstacles that came between Some of the lessons involved regret family ageing money and forgiveness Morrie definitely does not smother his emotions as he is always honest and open to everyoneMoorie is a man of ultimate wisdom he rejects the popular culture and creates him own system of beliefs He has a positive outlook on life and tries to enjoy what little amount of life he has left Even though Moorie hates our culture he has faith in humanity He goes on to say that if people didnt have such shortsightedness that we could be more successful We shouldnt single opportunities out but take grasp of everything that turns our way Let everything that passes pass Morrie goes into the subject of feeling sorry for yourself He explains that its perfectly alright to take some time and mourn for what youve lost but you should not let it get in the way of what you still have left You should limit yourself on sadness by simply stopping yourself and saving it for the next day if you really need to Everybody knows they are going to die but nobody believes it Morrie says at the beginning of The Fourth Tuesday on page 80 He lets his students know that if you are prepared to die that you can be more involved with everyday life Morrie stresses to his student on page 82 Once you learn how to die you learn how to liveMorrie was full of love
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