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Mitch Albom’s Tuesdays with Morrie captures the connection between a man and his college professor, Morrie Schwartz.Morrie is a retired professor of sociology at Brandeis University who was once one of Mitch’s most respected educators. This factual narrative depicts the rekindled relationship between the professor and his student.Even though he is slowly dieing, Morrie is portrayed as a man who strived to live life to its fullest.This narrative depicts the extraordinary bond of comradeship that had once fallen wayside for many years, but was reenergized at a crucial time of both Morrie's and Mitch's lives.
When the Professor learned that he had very little time left on this planet, because he was afflicted with the fatal disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, Morrie began to teach his last class, exclusively to Mitch, entitled Life’s Greatest Lesson.
Throughout the last fourteen weeks of Morrie;s life, Mitch met with his old professor every Tuesday, just as he had done during his college years, in order to learn and understand all of the insights and lessons of life that Morrie had to offer. These weekly gatherings consisted of both a lecture and lunch.During these meetings the two held discussions on everything from our delivery into the world up until our eventual demise.
They reflected on the process of dying, and living with dying. ;…The truth is, Mitch, he said, once you learn how to die, you learn how to live… But everyone knows someone who has died.Why is it so hard to think about dying? Because, Morrie continued, most of us walk around as if we;re sleepwalking…when you realize you are going to die, you see everything much differently…;
As a volunteer firefighter for the last eight and a half years of my life, Tuesday’s with Morrie affected me personally in one particular way. Beca