Book Review “Tuesdays With Morrie”

Anand Patel
Feb 5, 2019 · 2 min read
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The book is a conversation between a student & a dying teacher. The teacher is pretty famous among his students & most of the students say that he was the best teacher they ever had. One such student was Mitch. Mitch has high regards for Morrie & the time he got to know that his favorite teacher is fighting with a disease to stay alive. He chose to visit teacher’s place & help him in whatever way he can.

Morrie is a very humble & sorted guy & everyone looks up to him for some inspiration. Mitch is having a difficult time in his life & looking for some sort of inspiration.

Morrie & Mitch decided to do one final thesis together in which Mitch will record the teaching of Morrie. Thus, Mitch starts to visit Morrie every Tuesday. Hence, the name of the book is Tuesdays With Morrie.

They discuss 14 worthy lessons which one can easily relate with. Morrie explains the complex points in a simple & effective language. The lessons will have a long-lasting impact on your life. Morrie starts first Tuesday with his view on the world & slowly touches all the other aspects of like emotions, love, wealth etc.

There are ample lessons to be learned from this book. Keep it near you, read it & re-read it to clear the dust on your specs. This book is very effective for people who are sailing through life but not living it. Grab your copy from here.

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