Tuesdays With Morrie

Tuesdays With Morrie

Large Print - 1999
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Publisher: MA : Large Print Press, [1999]
Edition: Large print edition
Copyright Date: ©1997
ISBN: 9781568959672
1568959672
Branch Call Number: LARGE PRINT BIO Schwartz 1999
Characteristics: Large print
171 pages (large print) ; 23 cm

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storywizard
Nov 18, 2017

Good book on the process of old age, sickness and death. Preferred The 5 Invitations and Who Dies, but that is just me....
Author has found his niche and is very adept at it...

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cbernardo95
Jun 22, 2017

The best book I have read to date. Very touching!

A must read for anyone really. Morrie really puts out the meaning of life in this book.

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mcappar
Jun 20, 2017

This book is full of wisdom. I highly suggest it to anyone who is feeling a little lost in the world, or is coming to a change of season in life.

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maylee_moore
Mar 28, 2017

Tuesdays with Morrie is inspirational from start to finish due to the encapsulating wisdom of Morrie Schwartz as well as the relatable inner-journey of the author, Mitch Albom. The genuineness of conversation between these two characters breathes an eagerness to learn and grow into the reader. For anyone seeking a read that will leave them with a fresh new perspective and positive outlook on life, I highly recommend taking the time to read this novel.

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RonNasty64
Feb 06, 2017

I'm glad I stopped putting off reading this book.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Dec 20, 2016

I felt as though this book was written for informing others. As readers, we get to learn about ALS and how it deteriorates people from the inside. They remain mentally intact, but are forced to suffer and watch their bodies lose control. But despite this, we also see that Morrie doesn't push through it, but wisely glides along like a graceful dancer. This book helped me see deeper into so many subjects. His talks on death, relationships, family, and money really impact anyone who would read this. You can really see Mitch change along the way, and this book really touched me emotionally when we heard it in class. 5/5 stars.
- @Siri of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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Reeana
Jun 25, 2016

Probably one of my favorite books of all time.

JCLAngelicaR Jun 23, 2016

For me, it was one of those books. What books? Those that help you find the meaning in life and value in aging. Books that steer you towards working at creating your own personal culture. Books that tell you how to take death and what to make of it when it becomes eminent. Wise, heartwarming and uplifting.

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erinsnest
Jan 10, 2016

Jan 10 2016, I haven't read this book yet, but I caught the movie on YouTube, as it wasn't available in our library system. (or anywhere else that I could find). I just finished 'The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto' which was my introduction to Mitch Albom. Thank you emilysteeves, I have 'My Stroke of Insight' on hold, and I am looking forward to that one as well

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wyenotgo
Aug 03, 2015

In writing this book, Albom clearly wished to share what was for him a life-altering experience and it appears that he meant it as an uplifting story. To me, the plain facts of Morrie's slow, painful, humiliating decline, ending in death by suffocation overwhelmed the intended message about the meaning of life and the importance of love. Perhaps the best outcome is that the lessons Albom learned with Morrie enabled him to write even better books like "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" and "For One More Day".

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harmoody
Aug 27, 2014

"ALS is like a lit candle: it melts your nerves and leaves your body a pile of wax."

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MoonRiver5301
Aug 13, 2014

"Love each other or die."

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MoonRiver5301
Aug 08, 2014

“The truth is, when our mothers held us, rocked us, stroked our heads -none of us ever got enough of that. We all yearn in some way to return to those days when we were completely taken care of - unconditional love, unconditional attention. Most of us didn't get enough.”

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MoonRiver5301
Aug 08, 2014

“Everyone knows they re going to die,' he said again, 'but nobody believes it. If we did, we would do things differently.”

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MoonRiver5301
Aug 08, 2014

“The truth is, once you learn how to die, you learn how to live.”

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MoonRiver5301
Aug 08, 2014

Perhaps this is one reason I was drawn to Morrie. He let me be where my brother would not.

Looking back, perhaps Morrie knew this all along.

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Wenyuxu
Apr 02, 2013

"How useful it would be to put a daily limit on self-pity!" (P. 57)

"The culture we have does not make people feel good about themselves. And you have to be strong enough to say if the culture doesn't work, don't buy it" (p. 42).

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vchuynh
Oct 19, 2011

"If you're always battling against getting older, you're always going to be unhappy, because it will happen anyhow."

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Jun 12, 2011

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MoonRiver5301
Aug 08, 2014

Author Mitch Albom gives us an account of his time spent with his 78 year old college teacher, who is dying from Lou Gehrig's disease. This book is based on their 14 Tuesday meetings, and the coversations they have on each meeting- on love, regret, family, and more.

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