Mitchell David Albom is an author, journalist, screenwriter, playwright, radio and television broadcaster and musician. His books have collectively sold over 35 million copies worldwide; have been published in forty-one territories and in forty-two languages around the world; and have been made into Emmy Award-winning and critically-acclaimed television movies.
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All endings are also beginnings. We just don't know it at the time.
First and foremost, I would put a massive national emphasis on illiteracy with real markers that you could measure and real efforts to do a one-on-one kind of tutoring until kids can get up to snuff on that.
Love wins, love always wins.
I never hear anything about education.
Education - I guess it's just not sexy enough. And everybody claims to love their children and our children are the most important thing, but if that's the case, how come we never hear more about education as an election issue?
I think we hear a lot of talk about college, and we don't hear about early education.
Parents rarely let go of their children, so children let go of them. They move on. They move away.
Each affects the other, and the other affects the next, and the world is full of stories, but the stories are all one.
Being here in Detroit, our public education in this city is - it's shocking.
And the oversight of it and the oversight of the teachers and the funding is nonexistent, and the priority that's put on it is so low.
No life is a waste, the Blue Man said.
The only time we waste is the time we spend thinking we're alone.
Holding anger is a poison. It eats you from inside. We think that hating is a weapon that attacks the person who harmed us. But hatred is a curved blade. And the harms we do, we do to ourselves.
I'm being made aware of my mortality all the time.
You're not going to get to college - you're not even going to be qualified, even to go to a community college, if you don't address the basic problem of literacy in America. And there's no reason - no reason - for us to have that problem.
The basis of everything, of all knowledge, is the ability to read.
This is a story about a man named Eddie and it begins at the end, with Eddie dying in the sun.
I think, in general, the sports I've enjoyed covering the most have been the offbeat ones. The more popular, mainstream, the less I like them because they're more, they're more structured and the players don't have much interesting to say because they're interviewed all the time.
You're not going to fix things by helping 65-year-olds or 75-year-olds for any long run.
Everyone keeps talking about fixing and returning America - making America great. But yet, nobody ever seems to focus on the fact that you're not going to make any country great if you don't address its children.
I still think there is a way to take all the mistakes that we've made as adults and put a little bit of a salve on them, a little bit of a fix on them, if we just are a little smarter in what we teach our kids.
I think we've created a system here where only the lifelong politicians, who are used to this kind of life in the spotlight and don't care, or people who have egos along the lines of Donald Trump - who just don't care what people say about them - they're the only people who are ever going to run because nobody wants their life dissected as meanly and as randomly as our media has come to do with anybody who runs for office.
The way you get meaning into your life is to devote yourself to loving others, devote yourself to your community around you, and devote yourself to creating something that gives you purpose and meaning.
I would certainly make the attendance in college paid for, at least at a community college level or a state - you know, a sponsored university level so that if you wanted to go to college and if you had the grades - you might not go to Harvard - but you went to college.
I would lying if I said I would laugh in the face of death.