What Is The Reflection Of Tuesdays With Morrie Essay

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I first heard the book Tuesdays with Morrie from a friend who is now my boyfriend a few years back. I clearly remember we were talking over a cup of coffee about books that may be familiar to one another. I have mentioned how I enjoyed The Runaway Jury by John Grisham and to which he nodded in agreement. When it was my turn to ask about his favorite, the first thing he said was this book. He talked about it with much fascination and all I gave was fake a smile. I have never heard of this book and it made me feel like a complete dumb! On my way home, I still couldn’t let go the idea of me not knowing the book. Anyhow, I found out that one of my housemates back then owns a paper back of Tuesdays with Morrie. I decided to take it with me to the province for a short vacation. Back home, we have a hammock hanging from two adjacent trees. It was around late January if I remember right which is why it gets cold when the wind blows. I can say, it was the perfect time to read the book. I may have finished reading the book before the day ended. With, of course, snacks in between hehe.

I think, if you are looking for a book that not only puts you on an emotional rollercoaster but also makes you reflect on how you live life, Tuesdays with Morrie would be perfect. The author, Mitch Albom, accounted his time with Morrie, by reflecting on events from time to time. Morrie was the author’s professor. Morrie was a teacher all his life, even after he had retired. He appreciated life and
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