Tuesdays with morrie
The Tuesdays with Morrie, written by Mitch Albom is the true story of an old college professor and a prior student now facing life, death, and time. Throughout the story, Albom shows many morals, themes, and life lessons; however three themes truly stood out within this story. Mitch Albom specifically pointed out to the reader the three specific themes of friendship, truth, and the sad reality that everybody dies.
Albom showed the theme of friendship within the book, by presenting the relationship between Morrie and Mitch. Mitch moves on after college saying goodbye to his favorite professor and intensely close friend Morrie. However, throughout all of the years they parted, Mitch returned to see Morrie, and to spend time with him before his death. This portrays the theme of friendship because, Mitch returned to Morrie to be with him, and spend time with him even after all of the years they were apart. “Be compassionate," Morrie whispered. And take responsibility for each other. If we only learned those lessons, this world would be so much better a place. He took a breath, and then added his mantra: "Love each other or die.” That quote is from Mitch to his best friend Morrie.
Mitch showed the theme of truth because, Morrie showed Mitch, his family, friends, and many people around the world watching a show Morrie was publicly broadcasted on; that you only learn to live once you start to die. Morrie only just learned what was important and vital to his life once he began to die. Morrie tried to show this to everyone around him, expressing to them the importance in life, and expressing that they all needed to follow their dreams before time ran out. Morrie inspired many people, including Mitch into writing the book Tuesdays with Morrie. Morrie revealed a multitude of secrets in life, and this is a symbol of truth.
In Tuesdays with Morrie, the theme that everyone dies is symbolized within the whole story. The story