Episode 1 – Tuesdays with Morrie
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In 1975, a young Mitch Albom, a freshman student at Brandeis University, walked into a sociology class taught by Morrie Schwartz. After seeing that there were only 9 students in the classroom, Mitch sized up the situation and – thinking that the class was much too small – turned to head out of the classroom. With one foot out the door, Morrie began to take roll. “Albom” being at the beginning of the alphabet, was the first name called by professor Schwartz. Mitch turned around, slinked back into the classroom, and so began a relationship that would not only change both of their lives, but the lives of millions of others along the way.
Morrie in his own words about the profound decision he made after his diagnosis. #Subscribe to the #newpodcast - #TuesdayPeople - now for the first episodes: https://t.co/h39sctrPSq#TuesdayThoughts #TuesdayMotivation #TuesdayswithMorrie #mitchalbom pic.twitter.com/izBsT8hNA1— wetuesdaypeople (@wetuesdaypeople) November 5, 2019