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Who Moved My Cheese?

It would be great help if you help me to write atlease 1 or two paragraph by answering this question. I have try couple lines if that make any sense to you. Help me to expand if you read this book called "WHO MOVED MY CHEESE".
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Question:
Historical contribution of the book (How does it fit into the prevailing interpretation of the subject? Does it break new ground? Does it revise older interpretations?)

Answer:
I think what people thought about change before the book was written and then how the book changed people's views. Also if the book was ground breaking and it definitely was, because it was such a different way to write about change.

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The different perceptions of change and reactions to change taken by the characters in this book are very similar to those of people in real life. The mice were acceptant to change and even Haw later realized change was good and it should be enjoyed. This attitude of acceptance to change and considering it to be a spice of life proved to be a beneficial perception in the parable and perhaps also in life. The concept of change in this book relates to how change is "good" not "bad" and can be very beneficial. This is a complete reversal ...

Solution Summary

The different perceptions of change and reactions to change taken by the characters in this book are very similar to those of people in real life. The mice were acceptant to change and even Haw later realized change was good and it should be enjoyed. This attitude of acceptance to change and considering it to be a spice of life proved to be a beneficial perception in the parable and perhaps also in life. The concept of change in this book relates to how change is "good" not "bad" and can be very beneficial. This is a complete reversal of how people looked at change in the past. Change was always feared and not understood. With the event of the book "who moved my cheese" people now embrace change instead of fearing it.

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