“Love is how you stay alive, even after you are gone”


 By Suresh Nellikode

This is the third time I’m finishing the ‘Tuesdays with Morrie’. It’s no doubt a priceless contribution to the world literature. A not only not-to-be-missed one, but certainly a rediscovery of life. Each time I finish, I get rid of the fear of death. The world, by and large, seems to be turning a cold shoulder to such matters.

If you have a grand parent, an uncle, a teacher or a colleague who understands you very well in your life, this is a must-read, and you’ll love at life, be it all the more discouraging, and live on in the hearts of everyone you have touched and nurtured while you were here.

Death ends a life, not the various lovely relationships you built. This gives a deeper awareness of the realities that sustain and unite us all.

Author : Mitch Albom – Renowned journalist, writer and broadcaster, lives in Michigan, USA.


About my jump lines

A shallow brook that babbles as loudest as it can. A word lover. So with its creators too. Love tea, scrumptious food, mountains, animals, flowers, stamps, coins, films, photography, theatre, wandering, acting and whatever you will. I'm inspired by listening to elders' stories. I hope I can translate those small fractions on to the next generation.

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