Tuesdays with Morrie - The Second Tuesday We Talk About Feeling Sorry for Yourself Summary & Analysis

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The Second Tuesday We Talk About Feeling Sorry for Yourself Summary

The strike in Detroit continues and becomes increasingly hostile. In comparison, flying more than 700 miles to visit with a dying man every week seems refreshing, and Albom looks forward to their visits. He quits bringing a cellular phone along on his trips, realizing there's nothing that can't wait until his visit ends. When Albom arrives for his third visit, he again brings food. While he and Schwartz eat, Albom takes stock of Schwartz's condition, seeing how it's deteriorated just since the previous week. He asks Schwartz if he feels sorry for himself.

Schwartz answers that he allows himself a brief time every morning for self-pity and a few tears. He takes a few minutes to grieve for all that he's lost. Then, he reminds himself...

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