The Fourth Tuesday: We talk about Death.


Mitch Albom is a sports writer who is too caught up with money and fame, but doesn't realize that he's going to do die soon and that he's just wasting his time. Morrie talks about death in this chapter. He says we should not be afraid to die. He also talks about his religions, he practices almost every like Jewish, Buddhism, Christian,and Agnostic. He talked about his children Rob, and Jon. They also mentioned Lou Gehrig the famous baseball player who had ALS.

Morrie says," Once you learn how to die, you learn how to live." (Albom82).

What Morrie teaches Mitch in the chapter is how to accept the fact that your'e going to die some day. He wants you to know how you should live your life.


The Hibiscus Plant is a symbol in this chapter because it represents Morrie and how he is slowing dying. In the chapter the plant is also dying just like Morrie.

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