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

Chapter Twenty-One (Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom)

CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE – The Audiovisual, Part Three
106 160 Nightline eventually returned to interview Morrie. Morrie believed that he was ‘getting to’ the show’s host, Ted Koppel. Albom agreed. What evidence does he offer for this? Albom believed that Morrie had succeeded in coaxing a little compassion out of the notoriously tough television business. As evidence, he offered the fact that Koppel now referred to Morrie as his ‘friend’ and even told the dying man that, regardless of whether he was able to do the interview for television or not, the presenter would still like to see Morrie one last time.
107 163 At the end of the interview, Koppel asked Morrie if the old man had anything specific that he would like to impart to the show’s audience. What advice did Morrie give to the thousands of people watching Nightline? When asked if he had anything to share with the audience of Nightline, Morrie gave some simple yet powerful advice: ‘Be compassionate… and take responsibility for each other… Love each other or die’.

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