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Tuesdays with Morrie (Selasa Bersama Profesor Morrie)

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Bagi kita, mungkin datuk, guru ataupun rakat sejawat adalah seseorang yang lebih tua, sabar dan bijak, yang memahami kita sebagai orang muda yang masih tercari-cari mengenai hidup, membantu kita melihat dunia sebagai tempat yang lebih indah serta memberitahu kita cara yang terbaik untuk mengharunginya.

Bagi Mitch Albom, orang itu adalah Morrie Schwartz, sang guru tua yang
Paperback, 201 pages
Published November 12th 2010 by PTS Litera Sdn Bhd (first published 1997)
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Nov 17, 2007 Kelly rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Ugh, it was like stapling together eighty greeting cards and reading them straight through. Hate.
Sep 01, 2014 Trevor rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I have decided to delete this review. It was not my intention to upset anyone who either suffered from the disorder discussed in this book nor anyone related to such a person (See comment 270).

Nonetheless, I still believe this to be a particularly poorly written book that contains more saccharine than substance.

Still, if it brings you some sense of comfort - more strength to you.

I have chosen not to delete the comments thread as not all of the comments are mine to delete.
If I were to die unexpectedly I wouldn’t be ashamed in the least of someone finding my porn stash. And by the way, that video isn’t bestiality, it’s just two guys in a moose suit—big difference. I would be a little ashamed of the fact that I have the first season of 90210 on my iPod, something I downloaded for a friend’s 14 year old daughter (note to self: delete it now!). I’m more worried about someone coming across Tuesdays with Morrie or Eat, Pray, Love in my book collection. I have some expl ...more
Feb 14, 2010 Amanda rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I have never written a review like this before but this book truly inspired me.

So I just finished reading "Tuesdays With Morrie". What a wonderful book, I couldn't put it down! I cannot even imagine going through the last stages of my own life and being as brave (for lack of a better word in my head right now) as Morrie. He was filled with such happiness and joy in his own life. He had regrets but realized that it is ok as long as you can reconcile with yourself in the end. I'm not the type of p
Feb 03, 2008 Jared rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Review inspired by Eddie Greenwell

Wisdom grows with age. But the development of wisdom also accelerates when mortality becomes clear. Mortality shined down on Morrie Schwartz, a happy not-quite-old man through a quick diagnosis of ALS – or Lou Gehrig’s disease. Morrie was a professor of sociology at Brandeis University; he dedicated his life to the study of individuals’ actions in their respective societies and together he and Mitch Albom wrote his final paper: a study of his life in his society
Anthony Chavez
Nov 23, 2011 Anthony Chavez rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
I'd heard raves about "Tuesdays with Morrie," so I was went into this with high hopes due to hype,and this book delivered and enchanted me. It is truly a book about teaching and teachable moments. A book for anyone that is looking for something that can help him or her through life when it gets hard. "Tuesdays with Morrie" starts off as a teacher who watches his student, Mitch Albom, go through college and then later in life Mitch experiences this same teacher (or Coach, Morrie) struggle with a ...more
Fatima kiyan
May 14, 2016 Fatima kiyan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

موری داستان هم درد استیون هاوکینگ را تحمل میکند و لحظه به لحظه به مرگ نزدیک میشود اما دیدگاه انسانیش به مرگ و وصیت هایی که برای میچ شاگرد قدیمی اش به جای میگذارد فوق العلاده ترین کلام هاست و باعث میشود در کنار تلخی مرگ آهسته اش , شیرینی دیدگاه انسانی و والای یک انسان مثل موری داستان , زیر دندان من خواننده بنشیند و حس کنم چقدر آدم های اینگونه را دوست دارم که تا آخرین لحظه ی عمر میجنگند تا افکار منفی و یاس و نا امیدی به انها غلبه نکند و با دستی پر و دلی پر مهر به مرحله ای دیگر از زندگی قدم بگذارند
This is one of those books where I find myself agreeing with the five star reviews and the one star reviews with almost equal enthusiasm.

On one hand, it's the sweet story of a man as he reconnects with a former mentor/professor, who is facing a death sentence via ALS. It's obvious that Albom's "Tuesdays with Morrie" provided them both with something substantially satisfying. And that's inspiring and poignant.

Yet on the other hand, Albom's attempts to enlighten us transforms it into a "Hallmark"
Jan 18, 2013 Farah rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: memoir
Gue memasuki tahun 2013 ini tanpa daftar. Hanya beberapa catatan penting yang sederhana. Tidak banyak, tapi semoga bisa tetap bertahan sampai di akhir tahun.

Tahun lalu, gue bersemangat mencoba banyak hal baru, dan berniat memperkaya pengalaman dengan menantang diri sendiri untuk melakukan lebih banyak hal. Jadilah gue membuat daftar.
"27 daftar dari hal-hal yang ingin gue lakukan sebelum gue berusia 27 tahun."

Sebagian dari daftar ini terlaksana. Sebagian lagi tidak.
Sebagian lainnya tidak tersele
Aj the Ravenous Reader
* Reread

"So many people walk around with a meaningless life. They seem half-asleep, even when they're busy doing things they think are important. This is because they're chasing the wrong things. The way you get meaning into your life is to devote yourself to loving others, devote yourself to your community around you, and devote yourself to creating something that gives you purpose and meaning."

Whenever someone asks me to tell them my favorite books of all time, I always put this book at th
Aug 08, 2007 Lorraine rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: total idiots
Shelves: odiousbooks
I'm ashamed to own that I've read this. All I can say is: I did it for a good cause. That is, to promote reading in general (for a library talk).

Mawkishly sentimental (here I am, trying to wipe off the stale stench of yesterday's coffee mornings) and terribly trite.

Any person leaning to the left should, or would, recognise what Mitch is talking about. It isn't that Morrie is talking shit. He isn't. However, I think it's terribly ironic that such a venture (it screams "self-help" and "it will t
Kevin Lechner
Oct 29, 2008 Kevin Lechner rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Anyone
Recommended to Kevin by: teacher
The novel Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom is a must read. This book is amazing from start to finish. I loved how he used foreshadowing to make the reader knew what he meant. This book had many themes for all the thematic statements (Loss, Physical Affection, Greed, compassion, and Modesty). For example, you get stronger from every loss. Mitch lost his friend Morrie and he went on to write a book about him.

The quality of this story was outstanding. At parts it was very emotionable. For examp
Apr 17, 2008 Michelle rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book was very enlightening. I enjoyed Morrie's perspectives on life and death. I hope that I can take a little bit of his attitude and apply it in my own life. This was a quick read and so worth my time. I was very touched.
Dec 18, 2011 Lynchan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone who's interested
Okay. I've been familiar with this book ever since my high school days. This title was kind of popular so almost everyone wanted to read this. Unfortunately, during those times of buying, borrowing, and talking about Tuesdays with Morrie, I was the odd one who didn't like reading rising-to-fame/talk-of-the-town books. IDK, I guess it was a culture I personally developed. Don't ever ask me the magic word 'why' coz honestly, even I had no idea. Anyways, that was before. Just leave the past behind ...more
Rachel Maniacup
I love reading books of Mitch Albom, because they are all so touching and very inspiring,especially this one (Tuesdays with Morrie). So how could I have missed/forgotten rating this book? WHY?!Lol! Have read this book two years ago..when I wasn't in Good Reads yet..I know I still have a lot of "read books" I haven't rated yet,and this is one of them,so bear with me,my dear friends for my sudden,abrupt ratings.^^
Amy (shoutame)
I think initially gave this book 4/5 stars and have since moved it down to 3/5 stars. I feel I am very generous when it comes to star ratings especially as I tend to rate the book as soon as I have finished it. This is something that I am working on at the moment – I hope to be a little more critical with my ratings. So this book is actually non-fiction (which I didn’t realise until I started reading it!), Mitch Albom writes of a time when he discovers that one of his University professors is dy ...more
Nov 03, 2012 Stacy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
More of a 3.5, really.

I'll start by saying that my one real issue with this book was that there wasn't much terribly original thinking within it. I definitely wanted more of a 'Wow, I never thought about it that way' feeling from Morrie's philosophies, and while it's hard to argue with anything he says it didn't feel like anything I hadn't heard from somewhere else before. Something probably by Disney.
In general, the book is well done. I liked the characters and found the story and the language
May 19, 2011 Prairie rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone who wants to know the true quality of life :)
Recommended to Prairie by: Nata
Shelves: memoirs
This is wonderful book filled with life greatest lessons that I thought were all touching, especially because it is a true story about a old dying man. Even though this wasn't a pageturner, Morrie's quotes in this book refers to everyone's life, including mine, which is why i kept reading because i always could relate to his explanations about life. My friend Nata suggested this book to me, and even though I am only fourteen, I feel like I just appreciated life a bit more than ever before. Every ...more
Abigail Amor

After reading this I think I'm looking at life and everything in it in a different perspective. A much much better perspective. Thank you Morrie for showing me what really life and death means.

Death ends a life, not a relationship.

“I know I cannot do this. None of us can undo what we've done, or relive a life already recorded. But if Professor Morris Schwartz taught me anything at all, it was this: there is no such thing as "too late" in life. He was changing until the day he said good-bye.”

May 24, 2015 FeReSHte rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: america
همین که پیرمرد قصه یه جورایی نفسش از جای گرم بلند میشد خورد تو ذوقم

مریض باشه و بدنش کم کم از پاهاش شروع کنه به فلج شدن و همین طوری بیاد بالا و اون قدر دستش به دهنش برسه که نه تنها از عهده ی مخارج این بیماری مهلک برمیاد بلکه شصت نفر هم فول تایم تو خونه ش استخدام کنه که به امورش رسیدگی کنند...خب اعتراف کنین که طرف خیلی خاصه! متفاوته! مرفهه

زندگی پیچیده تر از اونیه که همه مون بخوایم لای خطوط یه کتاب به این سادگی با یه قانون شسته رفته پیداش کنیم بخصوص اگه این آقای معلم زندگی، تو همچین شرایط متفاوتی ا
K.D. Absolutely
Apr 08, 2009 K.D. Absolutely rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Jillian (to read this before I die)
Shelves: drama
This helped shaped my perspective of what dying should mean. Though it is hard to accept that we will all be leaving our loved ones here on earth, we have all the time to enjoy our time with them. That we have to make each day count. Soni also read this (and she is proud to have this book as the first novel that she read from cover to cover!) and liked this too. Maybe Jillian is still too young to think about dying but I hope that someday she will find the urge to get this book from the shelves ...more
Dec 22, 2010 Ryan rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
So Tuesdays With Morrie didn't change my life.

Albom failed. Unfortunately, I'm the one that feels sorry because Morrie was just such a nice old man who struggled so bravely throughout his illness. Believe me, I wanted his philosophy to change my life.

Morrie's message is "Love each other or die." More specifically, Morrie believes that American culture is flawed because it encourages people to hold financial and career success as their primary goal. While making lots of money might produce some n
Diamond Cowboy
Nov 16, 2015 Diamond Cowboy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book is an autobiographical account of a teacher's importants to a student's life. Near the end of the teacher's life the young man comes back for their Tuesday visits and the teacher teaches the young man how to live and how to die. The teacher had been stricken with ALS a crippling a debilitating disease which inevidabley ends with a painful death. The teacher dies with honor and dignity. I highly recommend this book. Enjoy and Be Blessed. Diamond
Donita Luz
May 21, 2016 Donita Luz rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Donita by: Katherine Anne
"Part of the problem, Mitch is that everyone is in such a hurry," Morrie said. "People haven't found meaning in their lives, so they're running all the time looking for it. they think the next car, the next house, the next job. then they find those things are empty, too, and they keep running."

Once you start running, I said, it's hard to slow yourself down.
This book left me speechless. I don't usually read Nonfiction books not to mention books that I know will left me heartbroken in the end.
Jan 25, 2015 Jonnie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Jonnie by: Pragya
Shelves: bios-memoirs, non-fic
'How about Tuesday?'
Tuesday would be good, I said. Tuesday would be fine.

This beautifully written and short autobiography presents ideas that are poignant, sweet and thought-provoking. Sprinkled with mildly heartbreaking elements, I found myself soaking up its contents in a matter of hours.

There are many themes in Tuesdays with Morrie, my favorite being the rejection of popular culture in favor of self-created values. As Morrie reflects on his life, he passes on his experiences and knowledge to
Feb 22, 2008 Amy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I first read this one for a wellness class in college. I liked the book so much that I read it within a couple days of buying it. It is a book telling of the conversations the writer had with a previous professor, Morrie, as Morrie is dying of a terminal illness. Morrie offers his insights about life. He does this without being sad and depressing. it is great read!
G.H. Eckel
Feb 06, 2016 G.H. Eckel rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Tuesdays with Morrie is like a reality TV show in that the characters and conversations are biographical; the conversations with Morrie were recorded. In the book, a student accidentally learns that his favorite professor is dying (16 years after graduating college) from ALS. Because dying from ALS is protracted, Morrie gets to philosophize about living, and the student is once again a student. We become Morrie's students too. This time the course is not sociology but life itself.

The book conta
Feb 01, 2016 Kamalia rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I think everyone needs to read this at least once in their life. I know I'll be picking it up again once in a while, to remind myself of the lessons i learnt from it. What makes this book so beautiful is that it's as realistic as it can get because it all actually happened.
Aug 12, 2007 Roos rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Friends who know ALS
Pengalaman 5 Tahun menghadapi pasien-pasien ( Stroke, ALS dan Parkinson ) cukup membuatku memahami apa yang dialami Morrie...

ALS memang belum begitu dikenal Di Indonesia...tapi sekarang sepertinya sudah banyak sinetron yang menyoroti mengenai ALS ( disemua sinetron itu yang meranin kebetulan adalah Marshanda ) Ato Dorama Jepang " 1 Litre Tears " juga bercerita mengenai ALS.

Waktu itu...Kuliah memang tidak begitu memperhatikan, baca buku diktatnya aja cuma 5 halaman.... Ujian ditanyain Dosen menge
Jun 28, 2007 Huntie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone really
So I read this book during the week that I was sick with the end-of-semester plague. I must say I was pleasantly surprised by this book. I went into reading it thinking that it would either be complete sentimental crappy pap or that it would be amazing. It was neither extreme, rather, it was just a nice little read.

The book is about a college professor (Morrie) that the author (Mitch ALbom) had while at Brandeis University. This prof. had a profound impact on Albom while he was a student, but a
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Mitchell David Albom is an author, journalist, screenwriter, playwright, radio and television broadcaster and musician. His books have collectively sold over 35 million copies worldwide; have been published in forty-one territories and in forty-two languages around the world; and have been made into Emmy Award-winning and critically-acclaimed television movies.
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“So many people walk around with a meaningless life. They seem half-asleep, even when they're busy doing things they think are important. This is because they're chasing the wrong things. The way you get meaning into your life is to devote yourself to loving others, devote yourself to your community around you, and devote yourself to creating something that gives you purpose and meaning.” 2363 likes
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