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On the fourth Tuesday, they talked about death. Death is certain. We all know that we will die. But what makes Morrie different from us? If we all know that we are dying, why only Morrie, at the least, has had a strong resolution to tell his story and make the most of his remaining time? It is because he believed it. Death for him is more authentic than anything. He accepted the things he cannot do and gave attention to things that he can because he wanted to make the most of his remaining time. I asked the question “What will you do if you know that today is the day you will die?” to random people to know what will they say. Some of them answered that they will go to their family and tell them goodbyes and how much they love them. Some of

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