Tuesdays with morrie quotes about family

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Tuesdays with Morrie Quotes by Mitch Albom

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Tuesday with Morrie - 6 Life Lesson

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He emphasizes that the love and care one gets from their family is exponentially valuable and important. Morrie also mentions that although friends are wonderful, they are fleeting. This is opposite from family, which Morrie claims is constant. I have so much input on this because family is so incredibly meaningful to me. With my condolences to those who are without one, I am extremely grateful for mine. I agree with Morrie in his views about family being your foundation with love and care being of the utmost importance.

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Auden, and it is the guiding philosophy of Morrie's life. He believes there is nothing as important as relationships with friends, family, and community. The text provides some nuances as to how that love is expressed by questioning if love is still valid and useful if it's harder to see. Watching Morrie's relationships evolve throughout his life asks the reader to consider the degree of validity for those statements. Morrie comes back again and again to the importance of community and family, especially in light of his deteriorating health. Morrie's self-created culture is, at its heart, about prioritizing people and relationships over accumulating material things.

There's no substitute for it. Morrie says something important here: You can't make decisions for other people. He knows that the important things in life have to be decided on your own, so all that you can do is tell someone your own experience of having made a certain decision. This disease—what I'm going through—would be so much harder. I'm not sure I could do it. Sure, people would come visit, friends, associates, but it's not the same as having someone who will not leave.


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