Aphorism 'Tuesday's With Morrie'

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“Tuesday’s With Morrie” Aphorism Analysis Once there was a man who stole another man’s prized possessions out of spite. His entire life he felt regret for the wrong he’d done. However, when someone had mistreated him, he refused to show forgiveness. I’m not saying I believe in ‘karma’, but I strongly think that if the thief had only forgiven himself for what he’d done, he could have easily forgiven the one who had done him wrong. In other words, it is best to “learn to forgive yourself and to forgive others” (Tuesday’s With Morrie 18) Many people question how to ‘live in the present’, and stop stressing about the past. It’s actually quite simple. Forgive yourself. Stop
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