iRead: Tuesdays With Morrie

John Walton

Tuesdays With Morrie

Mitch Albom

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Tuesdays With Morrie was an incredible, heartwarming story of a man's final journey. The author Mitch Albom created a novel that not only gave a very vivid description of what can happen when two old friend reunite, but also gave a look into the life into brilliant man's mind. One of the best part of this novel was the way that Morrie looked at life. He believed that it is necessary to love others to live life. This novel really made me think about a lot of the things that Morrie said. He had such a positive outlook about absolutely everything that he did. Mitch Albom did a fantastic job in the description of such an amazing character's life. I fully recommend this novel for anyone who is looking to find a book that they can't put down.

Influential Quotes

"Sometimes you cannot believe what you see, you have to believe what you feel."

This quote gives a very good representation of how Morrie looked at life.

"Don't let go too soon, but don't hold on too long."

This quote is a lesson given by Morrie to Mitch giving him a good way to live.

"Love is how you stay alive, even after your gone."

This is the best quote in my opinion because it really tells you how Morrie lives.

Tuesdays with Morrie(1999) - official trailer


Tuesdays With Morrie, a novel by Mitch Albom, is the story of Mitch himself and his college professor, Morrie Schwartz. Mitch and Morrie had an unbreakable bond since Mitch graduated college. When he saw Morrie on the TV show Nightline, he couldn't help but call him. Morrie was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS for short. The doctors said that he could not recover from this disease. It was when Mitch started visiting Morrie every Tuesday that the true meaning of the story was displayed. He started to just have conversations about the meaning of life and other aspects like love or even the concept of death. Every Tuesday, Mitch would bring a meal to Morrie. The fridge started to overflow with all the food. As Morrie state became worse, he began to start thinking about what life will be like soon. Morrie died on November 4, 1995. Mitch decided to Make his story into a novel and it became a story to remember. -