In both King Lear by William Shakespeare and Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom, the protagonists were able to acquire wisdom after undergoing trials and tribulations.
So here's the thing: Mitch actually wrote an afterword to Tuesdays with Morrie ten years after the book was first published. He comes back to us, the readers, after he's had years to process his experience.
On this tenth Tuesday, Mitch brings his wife to meet Morrie. Mitch had called Morrie earlier in the week to see how he was feeling and he asked to talk to Mitchs wife, Janine. When she got off the phone with Morrie, she told Mitch she was coming on the next trip. They talk and Morrie asks about her career as a professional singer and he asks her to sing something for him. She sang a 1930s song written by Ray Noble. When she finished singing, Mitch noticed tears running down Morries face.
Of life lessons and valuable advice, Tuesdays with Morrie is a motivational read by Mitch Albom. In this book, you will learn about life’s preciousness through a dying man’s perspective.
Serendipity plays a life-changing role in Tuesdays with Morrie because this element of accidentally finding good luck transforms Mitch Album from a materialistic workaholic to a sincere human being; it also helps Morrie Schwartz pass along his story before it's to late....
Tuesdays with Morrie Starring starring Jamie Farr is the stage adaptation of Mitch Albom’s hit autobiographical novel coming to The Niswonger Sunday, October 8 at 3:00 PM presented by Community Health Professionals.