Tuesdays With Morrrie Literary Analysis

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“Accept who you are; and revel in it” (Albom 35).“Tuesdays with Morrie” by Mitch Albom a tale of sociology is about a student’s late fulfillment of an old promise. Mitch Albom reconnects with his old college professor Morrie after learning about his Lou Gehrig's diagnosement to accomplish one last class; a class about life.Morrie teaches Mitch about life from personal experience and observation. Mitch learns in order to achieve sustainable happiness a person must critically think to identify the recipe of society and have the courage to create something of your own; culture.
America’s culture brainwashes its people by repeating the same thing over and over again until it becomes a second nature.Mitch Albom symbolizes the theme of creating one’s own culture in a variety of ways. Examine when Albom talks to Morrie about his experiences and what he learned, he often refers back to the idea that people are living
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Someone’s long for something more entirely. In reality humans life is a grain of sand on a beach compared to everlasting life. There is something more to humans; their potential. Each and every single human is given an opportunity to do something that means living life to the fullest for each specific individual. Time and time again this theory is there, that people can either think of themselves as a grain of sand or do something worthy and being satisfied after oneself dies. Examine when the author is reflecting on his mundane, planned out, and efficient routine. The author writes, “My days were full, yet I remained, much of the time, unsatisfied.”(Albom 11) The reader is shown that satisfaction comes from a spontaneous, and full life. The implied definition for a happy life is not the real life version of happiness at

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