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Tuesdays with Morrie is an extremely spiritual book This book generates exceptionally deep thoughts about life and death Throughout Tuesdays with Morrie one will discover the true value of life through Morrie Schwartzs lessons and aphorisms This book will make one laugh cry and want to share it with the world This is a true story about Morrie Schwartz a Sociology professor at Brandeis University and one of Schwartzs favorite pupils Mitch Albom Mitch Albom a sports news writer in Detroit finds himself without a job when the Detroit Free Press goes on strike Consequently Mr Albom happens to catch an episode of Nightline featuring his ex-professor Morrie Schwartz Through the episode of Nightline Mr Albom discovers Mr Schwartz was dying of ALS or Lou Gehrigs Disease Morrie Schwartzs diagnosis and Mitch Alboms love and admiration for Mr Schwartz draws Mr Albom to visit Morrie Schwartz 16 years after Mr Alboms graduation from Brandeis University and promise to keep in touch with Mr Schwartz When Mitch Albom visited Morrie Schwartz for the first time since college graduation Mr Schwartz and Mr Albom talked about life in general and Mr Schwartz came to the conclusion that Mr Albom was unhappy with the way he had been living his life Morrie Schwartz said Dying is only one thing to be sad over living unhappily is something else After Mr Schwartz and Mr Alboms overdue reunion Mr Albom flew to England to cover Wimbledon and he constantly thought of Morrie Schwartz The continuous thought of Morrie Schwartz prompted Mr Albom to call Mr Schwartz to schedule another visit Morrie Schwartz was very pleased that Mitch Albom called and invited him to visit the following Tuesday Morrie Schwartz held his final class lessons on how to live in his study over looking a hibiscus plant shedding its flowers every Tuesday Were Tuesday people Morrie Schwartz said Meeting every Tuesday was a tradition carried on from
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