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'Tuesdays with Morrie' proves to be fantastic read

For the longest time I have wanted to read Mitch Albom’s widely regarded book, “Tuesdays with Morrie.” I finally purchased it and dove in. It was worth the read. 714 more words


sweeping ceilings

I send them out to clean the veranda. To wipe away the trailing threads of last years busy arachnids. To clean for spring. So out they go, cloths and brooms in hand but with their minds on other things. 282 more words


Quote of the day

“Learn how to live, and you’ll know how to die; learn how to die, and you’ll learn how to live.”

-Morrie Schwartz 

There is a book  I plan to read about Mr Schwartz that’s filled with his quotations and humor called… 28 more words

Mental Floss

Tuesday's with Morrie

Please do yourself a favour and read this book. I cannot stress how amazing this novel is and how much the story and the lives it talks about have affected me. 507 more words


Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom

Albom’s non-fiction neo-classic beautifully charts the story of Albom’s friend, and ex-college professor, Morrie Schwartz’s final months enduring an aggressive terminal illness. Morrie, a lifelong academic, persuaded Albom into exploring this unknown land of imminent death with him; asking and attempting to answer the “big questions” in order to develop their final thesis together. 264 more words