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.
Mitch did a great job narrating his own story. Provides reminders about what's important in life.
This is a story of a person visiting each week with his treasured professor of long ago. If more of us would just talk to older people, we would likely be able to experience much of what he experienced. It is a warm relationship giving insights to how to enjoy life.