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

Chapter Thirteen (Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom)

CHAPTER THIRTEEN – The Fourth Tuesday We Talk About Death.
63 80-81 On their next meeting, Morrie was keen to speak about death. He told Albom that despite the fact that everybody knew that they would one day die, nobody believed it. What did Morrie suggest would be an improvement to this mindset? Morrie suggests that it would be an improvement if, instead of denying their mortality, people instead prepared for it and thus be more involved in your own life because ‘once you learn how to die, you learn how to live’.
64 82 Why did Albom describe Morrie as a ‘religious mutt’? A mutt is a dog which is not a thoroughbred; instead it is a mixture of several different breeds. In a similar way, Morrie combined several different religions to form his own world view.
65 83 What does Morrie tell Albom that he might learn if he truly accepted that he could die at any moment? Morrie tells Albom that, if he was to accept that he could die at any time, then he would learn an important lesson and be less ambitious as a result. Rather than spending so much time on his work, Morrie tells Albom that he might start seeking more spiritual pursuits.

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