Book Review|Tuesday with Morrie | Mitch Albom

If you ask me what should be the synonyms of “Tuesday with Morrie” I will say peace. That’s what I constantly felt while reading this book.

This book deals with many important aspects of life like death, fear, aging, greed, marriage, family, society, forgiveness, and most most important a meaningful life through the conversation of Mitch and his professor Morrie.

Every line, each word of this book feels like to memorize it. To never let go. To hold it forever. To cherish it. Because that how one should live the life.

I love this book so much that I made notes of it. To claim it mine. somehow mine. Now along with Mitch, Morrie is my coach too! The coach of how to live life. He showed me how to embrace every emotions fully and how to detached from it as well. But the thing that Morrie life and words teach us is that “love is above all” and most important “giving is living”. Morrie spends so much of his time listening to problems of his loved ones and tries to help theem because he loves them so much. This book has described love in most beautiful way. This book showed me how to negotiated in loving ways with room for both parties. Respected each other, care for each other, concerned about some one else problem as your own because in the end “love is how you stay alive, even after you are gone. Love goes on. (Even when life ceases).

Mitch said in his 20th edition anniversary chapter that now he knew what Morrie meant when he said how death end up life but not relationship. I’m going to work on it!

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