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Tuesdays with Morrie Mitch Albom author of Tuesdays with Morrie is flipping through the TV stations one night and he heard these words come from the TV Who is Morrie Schwarts which made his body go numb Mitch found out through the TV show Nightline that his old friend and college professor was dying from ALS amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Mitch went to see his professor for a one-day visit which turned into a four-month class that met every Tuesday up until the day Morrie died Throughout the class Morrie taught Mitch the lessons of life death fear aging greed marriage family society forgiveness and a meaningful life This all evolved Mitch into a better person and inspired him to write this book The main challenge that Morrie had to face with ALS was trying to live with it he knew something was wrong the day he had to give up dancing which was one of his favorite things to do He was also a psychology professor which was another passion of his Morries challenges were to deal with the disease he had to accept what was happening and decide if he wanted to live or withdraw from the world I decided Im going to live-or at least try to live-the way I want with dignity with courage with humor with composure There are some mornings when I cry and cry and mourn for myself Some mornings Im so angry and bitter But it doesnt last long Then I get up and say I want to live21 Morrie had an impact on almost everyone that he encountered through out his life He was a man of wisdom that really knew how to relate to people he was always teaching someone an important lesson of life One individual that he made a very strong impression on was Mitch Albom He was a student of Morries when he was in college and later the last student of his
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