Tuesdays with Morrie - The Orientation Summary & Analysis

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The Orientation Summary

Albom talks via cell phone with one of his producers while driving a rental car down Schwartz's street. He manages to chat on the phone, watch for house numbers and check the time of his return flight simultaneously. When he spots the correct house, he spies Schwartz in his wheelchair, waiting for him in the driveway. Albom parks the car, and rather than jumping out and running to great his mentor, he suddenly feels unprepared for the reunion. He slumps down in his seat, as if searching for something on the floor, and finishes his phone conversation.

Schwartz is very emotional at his reunion with Albom, and Albom is surprised at the affection. Then, he realizes he's forgotten how close they used to be. He feels sorrow that he is no longer the person he knows Schwartz remembers him to be...

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