The Fourth Tuesday:We Talk About Death by Chayanne Mercado

In this chapter they talk about death and how people are scared about it. Some people hate the thought of it and how they don't know when they are going to die so they get terrified about it. Morrie is telling Mitch how people are scared about death and aren't ready for it and how they should face it and get ready for it.
The author says, "Let's begin with this idea," Morrie said. "Everyone knows they're going to die, but but nobody believes it" (Albom 80).
you should rake away from this chapter is that you should get ready to die whenever because you never know when it could happen.
The symbol that I get from this chapter is that someone shot their husband and kids in their sleep and said he was protecting them so this chapter is talking about death and is fine.

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