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Life’s Greatest Lesson Morrie Schwartz was an intelligent, interesting senior citizen that touched a lot of people, especially Mitch Albom. Morrie passed on a lot of his knowledge in the last few months of his life, due to amyotrophic lareral sclerosis (ALS). This paper will touch on Morrie’s philosophy of life, what he says is important and valuable, and also the struggles and problems of life. I will also compare Morrie’s message with other philosophies and also give my opinion about Morrie’s theory of human nature and philosophy of life. Morrie’s philosophy of life is full of many ideas and to better understand it it’s easier to break it down into parts. One of the philosophies was to cherish family and to be more open about your emotions so that you will not regret it when you or a loved one dies. Another one of Morrie’s philosophies is to be open to forgiveness the following quote shows how Morrie regrets not forgivin...
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