I spent a whole week to read the book “Tuesdays With Morrie” which is written by Mitch Albom. This book talks about an old man who gave us a lesson of love and death during his process of dying. In this book, the old professor shared his death, his love, his life, and everything he understood in the process of dying with us. This book affected a lot of people, include me. The writher recorded the words said by Morrie in his last fourteen weeks of life. These words make me understand what is really precious in my life and what is just ephemeral as smoke and clouds. At the first time of attending the “Nightline” show, Morrie asked Mitch Albom 5 questions which he posed as his legacy. These five questions make me look over the past few years as I grow up and have a reflection of them. Tell me something close to your heart.
As this question appeared to my eyes, the first thing came to my mind is my parents. As I am the only child, my parents treat me as the most important thing in the world. They give me everything they have and never want rewards. They have tried their best to give me the best thing that they can get for me. They are my families and also the precious treasure for me. No matter what happened, we will never leave each other. Have you found someone to share your heart with?
Although my parents are very important for me, I could not talk about everything with them. Fortunately, I have good friends that can share my heart with. We listen to the happiness and sadness of each other. Although we are separated by a 13-hour time difference, our hearts are still together. Are you giving to your community?
As a person in different positions, we may have different communities such as family, friends, schools or something else. As the old saying goes: “What we can really enjoy is the happiness that coming from giving.” I always try to be nice and also try my best to make the people in my community be happy. I know that the compensations depend on the...
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