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Sunday, January 16, 2011

tuesdays with morrie book report

VII. Message/Moral

I love this book so much because almost all my questions about life are answered here. I love the line of Morrie when he says that “You’ll talk and I’ll listen”. That line really touches my heart because it is like being a friend to someone and lending your ears to listen on what they say and allowing them to give advice to your life. Also, it is true that death ends a life but not a relationship. The relationship with the people that will be left out still remains. Only the body and the presence will end. There will always be the memories and the feeling. I also believe that if we learn how to handle death then we know how to live. We all know that someday, our life will end but most of the people are afraid to let go and that’s because they didn’t make the most of their life.

In our life, there is something that makes it go on and that is love. We are here to love and be loved. We have to know how to give because in that way, we will know how to be satisfied and not want for more. Love is a great feeling so we have to do it now because someday we will die and we don’t want to regret things that we didn’t do during the years of being alive.

Everything has been figured out except how to live. People don’t know how to handle life. We sin every time we handle things and God doesn’t want that. We unexpectedly commit sin as we try to make things work out fine but not all things can be control. There are things that we have to just respect because it is hat its is. God has plans for us. We don’t have to think evil and hell is other people so why care about it.

We are here to love and an open heart will allow us to float equally between everyone. We have to trust other people and let them trust you so you can go on with your life even if it is dark or even if you’re falling.

I also learned that we have to accept what we are able to do and what we are not able to do. We have to accept the past as past without denying it or discarding it. We have to learn to forgive others and don’t assume that it’s too late to get involved.



Mitch Albom

A book report



In partial fulfillment of the requirements of the course

ENGLISH IV – 4th Quarter

A.Y. 2007-2008

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