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Music as a Force for Change
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A Conversation with School Leaders
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According to the author, what does Morrie plan to have written on his tombstone?
During "The Ninth Tuesday" the author and Morrie explore why people are in such a hurry. Morrie explains to the author that, when someone would cut him off in traffic, he would, "raise [his] hand, as if [he] was going to make a negative gesture, and then [he] would wave his hand and smile." How does this story relate to the broader conversation shared between Mitch and Morrie?
Morrie comments that he, "admires people who are focused on their destination," as they can hurry in a meaningful way.
Morrie reveals that, "it is impossible for [him] not to envy the young" as they are hurrying on to new adventures.
Morrie reminds the author that he would "rather put [his] energies into people" instead of hurrying through the world.
Morrie suggests that hurrying is acceptable in some cases, noting that we should not "cling to things, because everything is impermanent."
Explain how the death of his father helped Morrie prepare for his own final days.
What did Janine do that brought Morrie to tears?
Janine knew that Morrie's favorite poet was W.H. Auden, and recited his poetry for Morrie and his family.
Janine knew Morrie loved music, and sang a moving rendition of Ray Noble's song "The Very Thought of You."
Janine knew Morrie loved food, and brought him an assortment of his favorite desserts.
Janine knew that Morrie wanted one final conversation with Ted Koppel, and brought the new anchor to his home.
Who is Morrie's friend Norman, and why is he an integral part of Morrie's discussion on forgiveness?
Why did Mitch Albom write Tuesdays With Morrie?
He was trying to help Morrie and his family pay for his medical bills.
He had spent years writing sports columns and wanted to try crafting a memoir.
He was looking for a way to raise awareness about ALS.
He was furloughed from his newspaper work, and was seeking a creative outlet.
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