Tuesdays With Morrie - Basic Book Report
Tuesdays With Morrie
Tuesdays with Morrie:
Morrie: An old professor who was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), a brutal, unforgiving disease of the neurological system. Guided and talked to people about his life and death. Mitch would also call Morrie, coach.
Mitch: A former student and close friend of Morries’. After college Mitch’s dream to become a well know musician had failed and all was bad. Until he got a job as a sports colonist that gave him a better life. Until he again rejoin his old friend Morrie. And then met him again every when he had the chance.
Connie: Was Morrie’s helper/nurse. She helped him with things like going to the restroom, moving him around the house, and feeding him.
Tuesdays with Morrie is a story that talks about a professor who lives a life full of wisdom and guidance. Even after he is diagnosed with ALS a brutal, unforgiving disease that affects the neurological system. Knowing that death is near he still guided and talked to people about his experience in life and life after death. In the story Mitch share’s many moments with Morrie. They talk about life, death, love, and what the meaning of life is to oneself. After Mitch’s college life, his life had not become much of what he thought would become of it. He became months behind on rent and bills, which made him think here and there about Morrie. Until one day he saw a documentary type report where the title was, ”A professor’s final course: His own death.” That caught his attention. the first thing
Tuesdays with Morrie:
that came to his mind was Morrie. After the report Mitch visited Morrie many times until his death. Even after Morrie’ s death Mitch grew to think like his deceased friend, and continued Morrie’ s way of being.
My opinion about this book is that it was a well written book that talks about many problems that people may never face in their lives but, still manage to wonder if they could ever occur to them. It has good advice about how people should try to live their lives and life would be more enjoyed and understood more. Not just that but just generally the book has a good point to what it is about. It makes you think and wonder whether you’re doing something wrong that makes you have such a “lousy”...