How Morrie’s and my life were affected by life
Life is beautiful. We all love it and we want to get as much a pleasure from it as we can. However many unexpected things happened through our life and they impact us differently. Good things encourage us to go on, and bad things push us toward our life’s improvement. All together they give us life experience and knowledge. In the book Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom, the author tells us about his professor’s life’s greatest lesson and about how many unexpected circumstances affected his life. In my life some events happened also, and as in Morrie’s life they have impacted my life too.
Morrie was a professor of Sociology in Brandeis University. Mitch used to have close friendship with him. Despite of that, after Mitch’s graduation they didn’t keep in touch. However after many years Mitch met his professor, who had got a fatal illness by that time. Mitch visited him every Tuesday and Morrie talked to him about life and death.
The first painful event had happened in Morrie’s childhood, when he was 8 years old. His family received a telegram from hospital. Only Morrie could read English in his family, and that is why he read this telegram for his family. The telegram informed family about his mother’s death. Morrie didn’t feel any warmth and attention from his father. He felt lonely. Once he said: “I lost my mother when I was child… and it was quite a blow to me”. However the good thing happened in this period of his life, too. And it was his father’s marriage to Eva. She was very nice woman. She loved Morrie and Morrie loved her, too. She sung for him and kissed him. She changed him mother. The author says:”Morrie felt that he had a mother again”. However the pain from his mother’s death still went on. The loneliness, coldness that he felt in his childhood has affected to him. This fact taught Morrie how much every child needed attention and love from his parents. That...
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