Even though it seemed like such a simple title I didn't believe I want it I read it as it would a waste of my time. little did I know that thought process could have let me to wasting my time.
was feeding cattle and have to admit, I found myself listening and not feeding, cattle did not enjoy the story but it was very moving!!! enough that I froze to hear the story!!! if that makes sense!!!! thanks Morrie!!!
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I enjoyed listening to this book. It's not terribly complex. It is a lovely winding story that you can easily listen to.
The narrator was easy to listen to.
As a college student, I was required to read this book for one of my classes. After reading this book, I loved it so much, that I went out and bought a copy of it for myself. I've read it several times, and I thought I'd order it off of the Audible website. Overall, I absolutely loved the performance, the narration, and the story. All were great, and I'd recommend this book to everyone I know, both family and friends. Morrie and Mitch tought me that there is joy in life, even though a person is going through a terminal illness. This story has helped me to accept death as part of everyone's life and to get through the grieving process for whatever deaths have come my way. I hope this book can be a teaching life lesson for everyone who reads it. Thanks again Mitch and Morrie for being inspirations and teachers to all of us.
Fantastic writing by Mitch Albom and Morrie Schwartz. This book made it to my top five favourite books of all times. The language is easy and simple. It tells the story of a man's journey through a terminal illness and making his way through while anchoring to his spirituality.
This book is such a touching story of two men coming to terms with terminal illness.
Every teacher and student should read this, as the true message is not about death but making the most of your life.
Mitch Albom narrates the story of his admired professors' life in a very genuine and honest way.
Morrie. He reminded me of my father.
This book was beautiful but saddened me. I read along with my son for his lit. class. We found ourselves in tears since my father had just passed a few months prior.