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Morrie Swartz is the man of my dreams and more.
He is kind, compassionate, and above all a friend. He had ALS, Lou Gehrik's a disease, a terrible disease where your body slowly shuts down bit by bit. However, Morrie did not yield to the suffering so quickly. He kept his spirits up for those around him; his wife, his family, and even one of his former students, Mitch Albom. Together in this breathtaking novel, Morrie and Mitch take the reader on a journey of a lifetime, literally. Morrie teaches Mitch about the true meaning of life and death through his own experiences, his own trials and tribulations. He shows Mitch how important it is to live each and every day to the… Read more