Aphorism In Tuesdays With Morrie

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Tuesdays with Morrie “We think we don’t deserve love, we think if we let it in we’ll become too soft. But...love is the only rational act” (Albom 52). Everyone needs love, and not just love but also to show emotions and believe in death. Morrie teaches people to live life through learning to love each other, doing things differently if one believed in death, and teaching it is okay to show emotions. Morrie teaches people to love each other. Morrie’s opinion on the topic of loving each other is that it is important to love others because without love, life might not have a purpose. An aphorism from the book Tuesdays with Morrie that Morrie had said relating to loving others is, “Love each other or perish” (Albom 91). I somewhat agree with that…show more content…
Morrie believes it is healthy to cry and show emotions, but not cry all the time. Cry here and there when you need to. An aphorism from Tuesdays with Morrie that relates to showing emotions is, “Don’t cling to things, because everything is impermanent” (Albom 91). I think, yes things are not permanent, but the emotions can be. One could still have the same emotions and feelings for another as to when they first had felt the emotions and feelings. When one finds who they think is their first love regardless of dating or not, those feelings do not change. They will always be their first love and they may still love them, but they can also love others at the same time. I, at one point, thought that I deeply loved someone, and from what it seemed, they loved me back. Then as time went on, that person and I began to fall apart from each other, did not talk as much, conversations were shorter, and things started to get in the way of our plans for meeting up with each other, and as some may have predicted that person and I just stopped with our relationship. I still have those feelings for that person, but they probably do
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