Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom Summary (Question and Answer)

Chapter Ten (Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom)

CHAPTER TEN – The Third Tuesday We Talk About Regrets.
50 62 On the third Tuesday, Albom turned up at Morrie’s house carrying the usual selection of food. However, on this occasion, he brought something else. What was this and what did Albom want it for? In addition to the usual selection of food, on the ‘third Tuesday’ Albom turned up at Morrie’s house with a tape recorder because, he told the old man, he wanted to have a record of their conversations. However, as Albom admits to his readers, it was more than a personal record that he wanted – he wanted to be able to share the old man’s wisdom with the world before it was too late.
51 65-66 On his way home from their meeting, Albom decided to make a list of the great questions which all people seek an answer to. Why did he have confidence that Morrie would be able to help him find an answer in a way which others could not. Albom believed that Morrie’s disease and suffering had given him an incisive clarity when considering life and divining importance making him a more suitable teacher than the ‘self-help’ industry.
52 67-68 When Albom was in his senior year at University, Morrie encouraged his student to write a thesis as part of his degree. What topic did the student and professor decide Albom should write on? After much discussion, Albom decided to write his thesis on America football and how it had become a sort of ‘religion’ within America.


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