Tuesdays With Morrie
An Old Man, A Young Man, and Life's Greatest LessoneBook - 1997
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After 20 years, Albom reconnected with his college professor and discovered that Morrie was dying. Described as "one final class lesson in how to live," the book reveals how death ends a life, but not a relationship.
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Too harmonious, grand, and overwhelming a universe to believe that it's all an accident.
Death ends a life, not a relationship.
Money is not a substitute for tenderness, and power is not a substitute for tenderness. i can tell you, as I'm sitting here dying, when you most need it, neither money nor power will give you the feeling you're looking for, no matter how much of them you have.
Love each other or perish.
Learn how to die, and you learn how to live.
I studied him in his chair, unable to stand, to was, to pull on his own pants. Lucky? Did he really say lucky?
I give myself a good cry if I need it. But then I concentrate on all the good things still in my life.
"ALS is like a lit candle: it melts your nerves and leaves your body a pile of wax."
“The truth is, when our mothers held us, rocked us, stroked our heads -none of us ever got enough of that. We all yearn in some way to return to those days when we were completely taken care of - unconditional love, unconditional attention. Most of us didn't get enough.”
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