Tuesdays with Morrie - The Twelfth Tuesday We Talk About Forgiveness Summary & Analysis

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The Twelfth Tuesday We Talk About Forgiveness Summary

During Albom's next visit with Schwartz, Albom massages Schwartz's feet with lotion. One of the horrors of ALS is that even though he can no longer move his toes, Schwartz can still feel pain in them. The massages help. This day, they are talking about forgiveness.

The few things Schwartz regrets in his life are vengeance and stubbornness, pride and vanity. He tells the story of a very good friend who moved away just before Charlotte underwent a very serious surgery. Schwartz and his wife were hurt that the friend never got in touch with them during this time. When the friend later tried to reconcile, Schwartz refused. He was too hurt and prideful to forgive the slight. Then, when the friend eventually died of cancer, Schwartz deeply regretted not forgiving...

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