Morrie: In His Own Words Topics for Discussion

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How do you think the use of aphorisms aids the message of a book like Morrie: In His Own Words?

How did writing the book help Morrie to cope? How does the project fit in with some part of his advice?

What part of illness does Morrie find the most challenging?

Describe Morrie's philosophy of death as concisely as you can.

Why is community important when one is dying? What about dying makes community easier?

Explain Morrie's position on the existence of a 'real self' and why it matters for his philosophy of death.

Explain Morrie's conception of religion and spirituality and its importance in coping with illness.

What is Morrie's conception of composure? Why is it important?

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