Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom Summary (Question and Answer)
Chapter Twenty-Two (Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom)
|CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO – The Twelfth Tuesday We Talk About Forgiveness.|
|108||164-166||During their Twelfth Tuesday together, Morrie told Albom about a man named Norman. Who was this man and why did Morrie feel bad about how their relationship came to an end.||Norman was a former friend with whom Morrie had lost contact after he had failed to enquire about Charlotte’s wellbeing after a serious operation. Norman had repeatedly attempted to reconcile with Morrie but Morrie hadn’t allowed this to happen before Norman died after a battle with cancer. Morrie now felt guilty for not accepting the apology and reconciling before Norman died.|
|109||166||What did Morrie’s experience with Norman teach him about forgiveness?||Morrie’s experience with Norman taught him that forgiving yourself was as important as forgiving other people.|
|110||168||During their twelfth Tuesday together, Morrie opened up to Albom like never before and told him a personal secret. What was this?||Morrie told Albom that if he could have had another son, he would have liked it to have been Albom.|
|111||169||In another moment of honesty, Morrie told Albom where he would like to be buried. Where was this and what did Morrie hope Albom would continue to do afterwards?||
Morrie told Albom that he wanted to be buried ‘not far from here. On a hill, underneath a tree, overlooking a pond. Very serene’.
Morrie hoped that Albom would continue to visit him there on Tuesdays and continue to talk to him and share any problems he may have.