Inspired by the worldwide No. 1 bestseller Tuesdays with Morrie, join Mitch Albom as he explores the themes he and his old professor spoke about as Morrie was leaving the world, and how they relate to leading a better life. An interactive show with listener and occasional guest participation, “Tuesday People” is a community interested in knowing what matters in life, keeping that in perspective, and applying it to make our days happier and more fulfilling.
If you have an opportunity to go through someone’s possessions after they’ve gone, don’t fear it, embrace it. Relationships can live on forever through those items that help us to remember.
While we are hardly out of the woods yet, reunions with our loved ones are on the horizon. While some are eager to get back into the world, others may find this process more of a challenge.
How you can make empathy work for you.
Our worlds can be divided into two eras: the era while your mother was here, and life after your mother has gone.
Through realization comes healing. We hope you’ll find some healing through this episode.
What does being without things you need – like basic utilities – teach you about the things you can’t live without?
The great thinkers have been pondering this since the beginning of time. And on this episode, we hear Morrie Schwartz, in his own words, discussing his thoughts on the question in his final days – where do we go when we die?
Don’t allow the fear of judgment to take away your inner joy.
Have you ever wondered how some people can stay so cool under pressure, while others escalate to a state of frenzy over the smallest things?