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Motivational Literature: Ms. Witt-Schulte: Motivational Book Assignment

As an individual we are suppose to read our own books, that are self-help books. i choosed Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom

Natasha Carpenter

on 6 November 2012

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Transcript of Motivational Literature: Ms. Witt-Schulte: Motivational Book Assignment

An old man, a young man, and life's greatest lesson Tuesdays With Morrie The Fifth Tuesday We Talk About Family From your family you need the loving and caring concern from them. For if you get old and you don't have that love you shall perish. The First Tuesday
We Talk About the World Sometimes it's amazing how life still goes on, no matter what you have wrong with you. Tuesday People Mitch and Morrie were both Tuesday people.

They always met on Tuesdays, no matter it be for class or even to just hangout The Third Tuesday We Talk About Regrets Morrie is afraid no one will hear his life story.

So he asked Mitch if he would be willing to listen to it. The Seventh Tuesday We Talk About The Fear Of Aging By: Mitch Albom This concludes my presentation,
Thank you for your time. I hope you all will get to read Tuesdays with Morrie and enjoy the book as much as i did. ^o^ ) "The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in."
-Morrie Schwartz The Sixth Tuesday We Talk About Emotions The Second Tuesday We Talk About Feeling Sorry For Yourself The Fourth Tuesday We Talk About Death When you are not able to detach yourself from something you yet become consumed with fear.

Even though you are young now you need to learn to detach from anything. no matter it be your cell phone, your ipod, etc. Little Birdy It's okay to cry, whenever you feel it is the right time no matter where you are.

You don't have to feel sorry for yourself all the time, you don't even have to cry all the time. You should be able to cry a little bit each day.

Mitch has a problem with crying, to him it shows a weekeness. What does it show to you? The Eighth Tuesday We Talk About Money Money is really the center of the universe. The Ninth Tuesday We Talk About How Love Goes On When you love someone, your love stays with them even after you die. The Twelfth Tuesday We Talk About Forgiveness You need to forgive yourself before you die, then after you forgive yourself you can learn to forgive others. The Tenth Tuesday We Talk About Marriage Almost everyone has problems with it, no matter what those problems be. Such as:
-Money problems
-Love problems
-Fall out of love after one year or so
-Selfish problems The Eleventh Tuesday We Talk About Our Culture People in our culture are only mean when they feel as though they are threatened. The Thirteenth Tuesday We Talk About The Perfect Day The Fourteenth Tuesday We Say Good-Bye Sometimes it is hard to say good-bye to someone you love, but it's just something that needs to be done.

Hand Holding-Love passes between us Presented By: Natasha C. Carpenter "It's horrible to watch my body slowly wilt away to nothing. But it's also wonerful because of all the time i get to say goodbye." Ask Me Anything Death
A Meaning Of Life "A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops."
-Henry Adams Everyone knows they're going to die, but nobody actually beleives it. If we did, we would do things alot differently. "Once you Learn how to die, you learn how to live." Try it sometime! :) If you have ever wondered how to see how much longer you have left to live, no matter what the age, you should try this. Inhale a few times (about 2-3 breaths)
Okay now do it one more time but on this try whenever you are releasing the air count as many numbers as you can before you are out of breath. No, it dont tell you how many years you have left, or days, or even weeks. it just proves that you are younger and healthy, but the older you get the smaller the numbers become. Morrie evnies younger people because they are healthy. When you are older, and you are in critical conditions, you will need that attention of your family, friends, or even a spouse to help you. "The last class of my old professor's life" is the opening caption of the book. It works very well because it goes on describing the "last class". Without money, to others it seems as though there is no purpose to life. "When your in bed, you're dead."
-Morrie Schwarts Our culture does that to people to see how they will react to other things around them. There are lots of simple responsibilities that us, as people can follow without difficulties. There is times it is hard to forgive others, but you need to find the forgiveness for them before it is to late. The Thirteenth Tuesday We Talked About the Perfect Day Sometimes your perfect day can be so simple, and so elegant. At times we don't realize what we want and what we need as two different things. This book would be geared towards any reader, it has inspiration on many subjects and does not pertain just to one gender, it can go either way. I would rate the readability a 10 because it is very easy to understand, and read. The book has got 28 Chapters, and some of the chapters breakup through out the book. but it is very easy to follow along with them. People really liked Morrie because he was a very good listener, that's one of the reasons he had so many friends, that knew and loved him.
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