“Morrie: A tension of opposites, like a pull on a rubber band. And most of us live somewhere in the middle.Mitch: Sounds like a wrestling match.Morrie: A wrestling match. Yes, you could describe life that way. Mitch: So which side wins? Morrie: Which side wins? Love wins. Love always wins.”
“Morrie: Someone asked me an interesting question yesterday.Mitch: What was the question?Morrie: If I worried about being forgotten after I died?Mitch: Well? Do you?Morrie: I don't think I will be. I've got so many people who have been involved with me in close, intimate ways.And love is how you stay alive, even after you are gone.”
“Morrie: And the biggest one of those values, Mitch?Mitch: Yes?Morrie: Your belief in the importance of marriage.”
“Mitch: Coach?Morrie: Ahh?Mitch: I don't know how you say goodbye.Morrie: This . . . is how we say . . . goodbye . . . Love . . . you.Mitch: I love you, too, Coach.Morrie: Know you do . . . know . . . something else . . .Mitch: What else do you know?Morrie: You . . . always have. . .”
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