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

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

121 187 With the end near, Morrie’s entire family gathered around him before he died on the fourth of November. Despite their best attempts, Morrie died at a moment when the entire family was out of the room. Albom believes that Morrie did this deliberately. Why did he think this? Albom believed that Morrie waited for the moment when he was all alone to die deliberately because he did not want anyone to witness the event and be haunted in the same way that he was after his mother’s death.
122 188 The funeral was held on a damp and windy morning in front of a small select group of well wishes despite many more wanting to attend. After the funeral, Albom tried to hold a conversation with Morrie in his head in the way in which his old friend had wanted. Albom found it remarkably natural before noticing something which explained this. What did Albom notice? Albom noticed that it was a Tuesday, which accounted for how natural their conversation was.

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