Tuesday with Morrie

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Tuesday With Morrie

Tuesday with Morrie written by Mitch Albom is a life lesson summarize into a wonderful piece of literature. This novel is a true account about a teacher and a student’s wonderful relationship. Morrie was different from most teachers; he taught with passion and about the meaning of life. However, with life comes the meaning of reality. Morrie was diagnosed with ALS, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis; a terminal disease that attacks the neurological system, leaving you paralysis over time. With the reencounter of his beloved student, Mitch, Morrie was able to tell the world about life and its meanings. Everyone knows about death, but does not what to endure it; however, Morrie learned to embrace what was gave to him.

The novel can relate to the health and medical field in general because is talks about the account of a person diagnosed with ALS, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The novel talks about the affects of the disease and the outcome. It shows you what a diagnosed ALS person would have to endure because of the disease; leaving that person helpless. The book also talks about medications and other disease that has taken the lives of the characters love ones. For example, the pancreatic cancer and heart attack. The reason why I decided to choose this novel is because it is base on a true account. It has a deep student to teacher relationship, where the teacher can help the student with anything. I also decided to choose this novel because I can relate to it. This novel reminds me of my old teacher. We would be able to talk and he would be able to help with anything. He gave great lessons in life, though he was a math teacher. It also relates because my teacher is ill as well. Though I did not know the novel is about a life lesson, I am glad I had chosen it because I have learnt a lot. I also really like this novel since it have taught me a lot about life and it has changed my perspective of seeing the things around me. The novel taught me...
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