How to break away from feelings of sadness, depression, anger, jealousy. Morrie had to learn to detach from his frustration with ALS – and he found that immersing yourself in your own pain, then stepping away from it, is the key to making peace with it.
Hear the wisdom that Morrie Schwartz shared with Mitch Albom about this very personal topic, and learn about the four important elements that can make your marriage a success.
Wonder why you break those resolutions almost as fast as you make them? Maybe you’re targeting the wrong things.
Let’s talk about the things you can do to avoid holiday battles and what to concentrate on to remember what the true meaning of the season is all about.
“Death ends a life, but not a relationship,” was an important quote to Mitch Albom’s beloved professor, Morrie Schwartz, and one he often shared.
Step inside Morrie’s classroom and learn how to extend that olive branch and shed your regrets simply by saying, “I’m sorry.”
Morrie said, “If you don’t like the culture, don’t buy it.” It’s as pertinent today as it was when Morrie uttered these words over 20 years ago. From the culture of celebrity we face today, to the obsession with divisive politics, all of these are part of a cultural environment that sometimes we don’t feel we’re a part of.
Perhaps the most important lesson Mitch Albom learned from his beloved professor, Morrie Schwartz, was the importance of giving to others.
Morrie said there was no substitute for the experience of having children. The hosts discuss the importance of family, the decision to have – or to not have – children and how today’s decisions will affect you later in life.