Morrie Suffering

Topics: Human, World War II, Suffering, Morality, Ethics, Emotion / Pages: 3 (533 words) / Published: Dec 17th, 2015
“Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it”. (Helen Keller). Helen Keller is like Morrie schwartz because morrie suffers through his pain but he overcomes it by enjoying what he has left of life. Morrie teaches people to live life by the world, suffering and death and forgiveness.
Morrie teaches that we can just talk than fight. He asks about the newspaper strike, and true to form he doesn't understand why both sides did not simply communicate with each other and solve the problem. “Now that i'm suffering, i feel closer to people who suffer than i ever did before”. (Albom pg. #): 50. I agree with Morrie. It doesn't make any sense to fight and suffer in that way, when people can just talk to each other and fix the problem even if they both make mistakes. This topic affects me because of what's going on in the world right now. People fighting for no reason, wars happening for no reason and especially people suffering for no reason.
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Morrie feels like he does not experience the world fully anymore, rather half-asleep. He also talks about facing death. When he realizes he's going to die, He sees everything much differently. “If you accept you are going to die at anytime, then you might not be as ambitious as you are”. (Albom pg. #): 83. I think morrie is right. If anyone knows they're going to die, they would change their thinking and live life to the fullest and turn into a better person overall. I can relate to this topic about death because one of my brothers got really sick and almost past last year and it completely changed my thinking of

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