I loved it, my most memorable moment was when Morrie wanted to embrace his continued loving ears to hear the sweat words his friends and family had to say about him...
Heartfelt. Honest. Loving.
That it was honest. Even when the author was a douche, he wrote that he was a douche, and this made it incredibly easy to relate to the author, the subject, and the book in general. I'm a douche somedays, too.
His heart was there, coming through his voice, as he read.
Yes. I'm still crying like a little bitch. It was incredibly touching. I wish I'd known Morrie, this modern day buddha. So much love.
Listen to and/or read this book. You're welcome.
This book relays a great message to its readers. It is a very well written book, and one of the few I enjoyed; however, saying that I "enjoyed" it is an understatement. It relays the message to fulfill your life while it lasts, because one day, it will be over. Mitch Albom wrote this book with so much emotion, I could feel it while reading. Definitely a 5/5 rating. Very much recommended.
How could you not fall in love with this old guy? Agree with his philosophy or not, you cannot deny his fervor and passion for life. You cannot listen to this book and walk away without learning some profound life lesson.
Tuesday with Morrie is a book that captivates it's readers through its sad but entertaining way of thinking. I enjoyed reading this listening to this book and it is the only book I have ever finished in a day.
My wife and I read this together. She's in a nursing home, I m not. We listened over many days, sometimes going weeks w/o listening, but always returned. I think for us, it was a great reminder to go ahead and live each day even if today wasn't so hot.
Thank you Morrie & Mitch