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Bid on Exclusive Treasures from Morrie with a signed copy (by his son Rob) of The Wisdom of Morrie

Dive deep into the extraordinary life and teachings of Morrie Schwartz. On June 29th, get a chance to own 6 one-of-a-kind treasures, including:1. Signed copies of the new book "The Wisdom of Morrie".
2. Never-seen-before footage of Morrie, and
3. Original prints of his inspiring photos.
Embrace the opportunity to own a piece of Morrie's legacy and treasure it forever.
Don't miss out!

About Morrie Schwartz

Morrie Schwartz became an internationally renowned figure posthumously after Mitch Albom’s Tuesdays with Morrie. It stayed number one on the New York Times nonfiction bestseller list for five years. Before that he was a beloved professor of sociology at Brandeis University and a cherished therapist at Greenhouse in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Morrie wrote on a wide variety of topics. He dedicated his life to helping people understand their relationships to society, other people, and themselves.

About Rob Schwartz

Rob Schwartz is a writer, producer, and entrepreneur. His work has appeared in Time, Newsweek, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, Interview and Melody Maker, among others. He was a script editor at NHK World TV for fourteen years and has been an Asia Correspondent for Billboard magazine since 2008. Rob produces feature films, including Putty Hill (2010) and Bernard and Huey (2017); He actively invests in tech-based startups; and is currently a partner in the virtual concert-creation platform Moshpit. Rob is one of the producers of Onetopia, a benefit music festival for mental health slated for summer, 2024.

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