Morrie: In His Own Words - Part II, Getting to Where You Want to Be, Chapter 7, Relating to Others Summary & Analysis

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Part II, Getting to Where You Want to Be, Chapter 7, Relating to Others Summary and Analysis

No matter how bad it gets, keep your heart open to others whenever possible and to the greatest degree you can muster both for other people but also because it helps you. Do what you can to be generous, decent and welcoming. Since Morrie has had ALS he's made six or seven new friends, those he didn't know before. He's also reestablished old relationships including former students. When you are lonely, know that you can still develop friendships and reconnect with others. Just be kind and approachable.

Wanting to be different is only the beginning. Changing how you behave is hard. Set goals of being cheerful and outgoing when you feel curmudgeonly. If you want people to...

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