Tuesdays with Morrie - The Third Tuesday We Talk About Regrets Summary & Analysis

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The Third Tuesday We Talk About Regrets Summary

Albom says that he wants to remember Schwartz's voice, and he brings a tape recorder on his next visit. At first, he is unsure if Schwartz is comfortable with the idea and offers to put it away. Schwartz interrupts him. He insists that he wants to tell his story while he still has a chance. He wants Albom to be the one to hear it.

Albom admits that the recorder is about more than just nostalgia. He realizes that he, and everybody else, is losing Schwartz, losing his unique perspective on the world. Albom knows that if there is some epiphany to be had in the time before death, Schwartz will want to share it with the world. Albom will want to remember it forever.

Albom asks Schwartz about regrets, and...

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