FROM MY BOOKRACK, COMES THE GEMS ABOUT LIFE, LOVE, TRAGEDY AND RELATIONSHIP



Monday, November 14, 2005
Tuesdays With Morrie - Mitch Albom



Life is a series of pulls back and forth. You want to do one thing, but you are bound to do something else. You take certain things for granted, even when you know you should never take anything for granted. A tension of opposites, like a pull of rubber band. And, most of us live in the middle....Love wins...Love always wins.
Death ends a life not a relationship.
Learn how to die and you learn how to live.


This novel by Mitch Albom is superb. With his straight-forward style of writing, Mitch has carved the greatest anecdote on life with the help of his long-lost Professor, Prof. Morrie Schwartz. In the last days of his life, Morrie, a well-respected professor in sociology, had his Tuesday morning sessions with Mitch on the most important aspects in life. Mitch has written beautiful proses that , yes, striked a cord in me to value the little things in life that I take for granted.

Rating: ****( A Keeper)


Posted at 07:29 am by carriekirana2

Julie
November 21, 2005   05:32 AM PST
 
This book touched me so deeply, and i recommend it to everyone and anyone. It dosen't matter your gender, race, ethnicity, or color this book will touch you deep inside, and may even change the way you look at life i know it did for me. READ THIS BOOK.
aiskrim
November 19, 2005   08:04 AM PST
 
Have u seen the movie?It was as good as the book. :D
 

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Carriekirana loves to read; anything from a mere autobiography to the bestseller book in the chart. She enjoys collecting quotes as well as ponders upon wise sayings of life. Bookrack is her attempt to keep tab of what she has been reading. Hopefully, it will also benefit those who visit as well.


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