October 23, 2007
If you knew you would die tomorrow, could you say you lived your life to the absolute fullest, or would you have regrets? This year marks the 10th anniversary of the best-selling memoir of all time, Tuesdays with Morrie, and the author, Mitch Albom, remembers his former teacher and mentor’s simple but important messages that have touched so many.
A Beloved Father, Husband, Teacher
Diagnosed with the terminal illness ALS, Morrie Schwartz discovered that he had to learn how to die before he could learn how to really live. Mitch Albom takes us back to his conversations with Morrie and some of the lessons he learned.
Letters of Gratitude
Viewers reflect on the meaning of Morrie’s messages and share how they were inspired to change their own lives.
A New Start?
Kelly and Bobby were on the verge of divorce because she was tired of being the breadwinner. Bobby has gotten a job and made some changes, but Kelly wonders if the changes are legitimate.
Casey poses a question about her driven husband, Jared, who is often absent from home. And, Tarah says her husband, Josh, puts himself before the family. Will Morrie’s words of wisdom help these men redefine success?
Never Give Up
Augie and Denise suffer from ALS but say that Morrie’s story inspired them live life to the fullest and make the most out of every day.
Pick up your copy of the 10th anniversary edition of Tuesdays with Morrie with a special afterword by Mitch Albom
To enter to win a signed copy of the 10th anniversary edition of Tuesdays with Morrie, go to mitchalbom.com