Tuesdays With Morrie : Words Of Wisdom

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Tuesdays with Morrie: “Words of Wisdom” “The value of life lies not in the length of days, but in the use we make of them… whether you find satisfaction in life depends not on your tale of years, but on your will” (Michel De Montigne). Morrie would agree with this statement, because Morrie believes that everyone can live a great life no matter how many days they may have left. No one knows the days they exactly have left in their life. In life people should make the best of it and not worry about how much time they may have left to live, they should focus on making things better for themselves and others. They should also impact and do the right thing and be a great example in others lives. Morrie teaches people to love life through accepting death, valuing money less and forgiving others. First, Morrie teaches people to live life through accepting death. Morrie’s opinion on death is that everybody dies at some point in their life; it will come some day. Learning to accept it instead of dwelling on it will make life more enjoyable. Dwelling on dying only makes it tougher to focus on the things that matter before it is too late to say goodbye. Death can happen at any point in life, not a single person knows the given time they will pass.. “Once you learn how to die, you learn how to live” (Albom 84). My belief is that when someone is focusing on life ending for them, they are prone to not enjoy their last days. When someone comes to realization that death will be coming
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