Mitch Albom's The Five People You Meet In Heaven

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The book “The Five People You Meet in Heaven”, written by Mitch Albom was a story of a man named Eddie-a man who worked as a maintenance in a park, Ruby Pier. The story takes place after his death and his journey to heaven, and the five people he meets. Five people that made a great part in his early life.-even some of those five people was not mush familiar with him. Each of their role was to make him understand his life on earth and leaves him a lesson about life. “All endings are also beginnings.” This was written at the first part of the story and the main point to be understood by the readers. That endings are not the end but a new beginning to be make. Just like in a movie, after it ends there is a new season to start. Like the cycle of life. One life may stop but another life will begin. The death of a person may be the start of a new born child. Like in the case of Eddie. Eddie met his ending, while the girl whose name is “Amy” or “Annie”-the one who he save at the Free Fall-is in her way in beginning her life. But Eddie’s ending in this earth was his beginning in heaven. “Heaven can be found in the most…show more content…
It eats you from inside. We think that hating is a weapon that attacks the person who harmed us. But hatred is a curved blade. And the harm we do, we do to ourselves.” A lesson brought by Ruby-his third person. Who was the first owner of Ruby Pier. A lesson for him to forgive his father. It was also difficult for me to forgive such father, a father who’s been cruel to him since childhood. Even after his knee was injured because of the war. A father who never talk to him since then. He thought that it was because of his father why he never gets out to the Ruby Pier. The reason why he was stuck in a life that he had. He never grew because of his hatred. His anger disappeared, when he found out what his father really is. The stone hearted man was a forgiving man. And was also longing for him before he died alone in the

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