Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom Summary (Question and Answer)
Chapter Twenty-Six (Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom)
|CHAPTER TWENTY-SIX – Conclusion.
|Of the very many things which Albom learned from Morrie, what was perhaps the most clear?
|The clearest lesson which Morrie taught Albom was that ‘there is no such thing as “too late”’. This was made clear by Morrie in his own life as he was evolving and changing right until the end.
|Not long after the funeral, Albom managed to get in contact with David, his brother in Spain. He clearly explained to his brother that he wanted contact because he loved him. How did David respond to this?
|David responded very positively by sending him a fax a few days later, relating his condition and how he was.
|Morrie and Albom conceived the idea of their ‘final thesis, Tuesday’s With Morrie together. Both were delighted when a number of publishers approached the pair. What did the publisher’s advance contribute towards?
|The publisher’s advance contributed towards Morrie’s ‘enormous hospital bills’.