Mitch Albom was given a second opportunity. In the latter months of Morrie’s life, he rediscovered him. Mitch visited Morrie in his study every Tuesday, even though he knew he was dying of ALS, or motor neurone disease. Their restored romance became one final ‘class’: lessons in how to live.
Tuesdays With Morrie audiobook: Lessons in how to live
“You know, Mitch, now that I’m dying, I’ve become much more interesting to people.”
Morrie Schwartz of Tuesdays With Morrie audiobook, a Brandeis University sociology professor, was diagnosed with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), widely known as Lou Gehrig’s illness. Morrie was a smart man who had numerous life experiences. Morrie, the son of Russian immigrants, had a rough childhood, which included the loss of his mother and his brother’s sickness with the Polio virus. Morrie eventually became a researcher at a mental institution, where he learnt about mental illness as well as how to develop understanding and compassion for others. Morrie afterwards chose to become a sociology professor so that his lessons may reach as many people as possible.
This is when he met Mitch Albom, his pupil and lifetime friend. Mitch Albom was born in New Jersey in May 1958. He was formerly a pianist who wished to pursue a career as a musician. Instead, he went on to become a novelist, journalist, screenwriter, and TV/radio commentator. During his college years, he met Dr. Morrie Schwartz, a sociology professor who would later influence his book, Tuesdays with Morrie. Morrie married Charlotte Schwartz, with whom he had two children. Morrie died on November 4, 1995, after a lengthy struggle with ALS. “A teacher to the end,” his epitaph reads.
So, who is now winning the wrestling bout in your life? Is this love? Is it Anxiety and Hopelessness, his gloomy twin half-brothers? This is a genuine wrestling battle. Ordinary evil seeks to possess our spirit. However, so does love. With Tuesdays With Morrie audiobook, you will realize that our devils will attempt all they can to convince us that love is an illusion for as long as we live. But it isn’t. It’s as genuine as sliced bread!
His faith is that love always triumphs – but everyday life is chock-full of obstacles that can send us back to the beginning of this Snakes ‘n Ladders game called life! Love always triumphs, but its diversions are never pleasant. Once you’ve started one, you can never go back home. As a result, his life is exceedingly valuable to him. He realizes what an unique and fantastic opportunity he has!
Morrie is a character you might see yourself in. It’s the same as hugging the elderly man. He’s a lovely old man, and we can transform him into our own nostalgic grandfather if we like. Tuesdays With Morrie audiobook is the book you shouldn’t miss out. Is now shared non profit on Free Audiobooks Online.
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