Destiny Arechiga Life Lessons from Tuesdays with Morrie!
In The First Tuesday, Morrie explains that being sick makes him think of how to accept and give love. It's an important lesson because giving or showing love should NOT been seen as weakness, no one should be embarrassed when expressing positive feelings towards each other.
In The Second Tuesday, Morrie tells Mitch that he cries in the morning about his condition. Soon enough he realizes that a lot of people care about him and remembers the good in his life! It's an important lesson because people never realize how much their friends/people genuinely care about them and want them to enjoy life and always think about the good times in life instead of "the future."
I feel so sorry for myself *sobs*
In The Fourth Tuesday, Morrie says that everyone knows that they will be dying but doesn't want to deal with the thought of death at all and says that if they cared a bit more, they would live life differently. It's an important lesson because death can occur at any moment but the thought of it makes people uncomfortable and worried. That's why we should not think about it and enjoy our life by doing the things we love and create the best memories!
In The Fifth Tuesday, Morrie talks about how important family is and even makes him emotional and a bit teary-eyed when he thinks about him leaving his family. It's an important lesson because not a lot of people realize how important staying in touch with their families and loving them really is. Even though we get busy with our own lives staying in touch with your family should always be a main priority!
In The Sixth Tuesday, they talk about dealing with emotions and how important it is to FULLY experience your emotions and once you get familiar with it you can detach from them and forget about the things you were thinking about and be calm! It's an important lesson because if you only deal with HALF of your emotions.. The rest would be bottled up and that would not be a good thing to deal with, because it becomes more difficult to let them go. So being able to either detach or come to a realization with your emotions would definitely be the better route instead of dealingwith half of it.