Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom

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How did Morrie respond to his diagnosis in Tuesdays With Morrie?

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Morrie just accepts the news of his impending death as the next fairly ordinary thing in life. He tells Mitch, "You know, Mitch, now that I'm dying, I've become much more interesting to people." He explains that people view him as a bridge—not quite alive and not quite dead, and everyone wants to suddenly talk about his...

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