They say time and tide wait for no man. I think that that is true. Life seems to go by so quickly when we’re having fun, yet each moment seems much longer when something is a chore. At times, we are obsessed about the past or too focused on the future that we forget to live in the moment. One of my favorite poems looks at that too, how we don’t have time to stand and look at what is around us.
Non-fiction is not something I like usually, but there are some that buck the trend and end up being a favorite. This is one such book. I cannot quite put to words why I loved it, but I will try.
Tuesdays with Morrie is a self-help/inspirational book that is sort of a biography. Mitch Albom introduces and takes us through the last lessons and moments he shares with his former teacher, Morrie Shwarz, who is exuberant, positive, celebrating life as he nears his final days. Continue reading “Book Review: Tuesdays with Morrie, by Mitch Albom”
It is said that no one wants to die, but everyone wants to go to heaven. The idea of heaven is different to every person. Some believe in it. Some don’t. But those who do, I feel, have at one point of time, thought of what it might be like, what would happen when we get there. It’s the title of this book, and the intrigue that it brought that made me pick it up. Continue reading “Book Review: Five People You Meet in Heaven, by Mitch Albom”