In the book entitled "Tuesdays With Morrie", Morrie is Mitch's old professor and he is going to die so Mitch visits him. Morrie was a professor of sociology at Brandeis University where Mitch Albom took his class. Morrie was Mitch's favorite professor and after college they promised to keep in touch. Mitch Completely forgot to keep in touch and completely forgot about morrie until he heard that Morrie was dying on a show called Niteline. Once Mitch heard that Morrie was dying he headed straight over. Mitch's Company he had worked for had went on strike so he had plenty of time to go keep Morrie company. Morrie had a disease called ALS which goes from your feet up and weakens whatever it hit, so once it hits your lungs you will be unable to breathe. Morrie and Mitch met every Tuesday from then until Morrie died, every time talking about a different subject such as: marriage, culture, the perfect day, death, and more. They would share personal stories, they would share their thoughts, and Morrie would give him many lessons. Every week Morrie would get Morrie weaker and his helper Connie would have to do things for him. On the Fourteenth tuesday Morrie was very weak and Mitch had to comfort him. Morrie died on a Saturday Morning with all of his close family, even though they had left the room when his heart stopped. They had a funeral for Morrie some time later and it was with only his very close friends and family. Albom finishes off the book with the story of his life after Morrie's death. he had got back in touch with his brother after they had been separated for so long, and finally he flashes back to the day they were talking about writing the book Tuesdays With Morrie.
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