The Secret Life Of Morrie Quote Analysis

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Mitch says this during the section named the student. It is important because Mitch finally realizes after his favorite uncle’s death that at some point, life does end. After realizing that Mitch seeks to get his life together and move on with his life. This was a really important event in Mitch’s life because it reminds him to take advantage of each opportunity and to foster good relationships with those around him. He also realizes how he has transformed from an honest, hopeful young man into a money-selfish professional who has abandoned friendship and love and his dreams in exchange for financial security. Mitch's outlook on life is forever changed after this event. He suddenly feels that the time is precious, and is determined to live his life to its fullest potential.
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The pink hibiscus plant represents Morrie’s body deteriorating just like the plant when it gets older. The hibiscus plant is very important symbol because not only does it show that the clock is ticking and Morrie’s death is nearing, but it also is trying to tell us the readers that Morrie prioritizes simplicity in life. It also shows that Morrie is against culture for all of the ways it distracts us from actually learning our happiness, the simple beauty of a houseplant seems way more his liveliness. Morrie brings the plant into his discussion about death while talking with Mitch. He asks Mitch to bring him the plant, and then explains saying: "It's natural to die," he said again. "The fact that we make such a big hullabaloo over it is all because we don't see ourselves as part of nature. We think because we're human we're something above nature." He smiled at the plant. "We're not. Everything that gets born,

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