I have not always been a fan of reading but it is steadily becoming, let me add slowly but surely, one of my favourite things to do. What I mean to say is; get used to plenty of book reviews from now on.
On that account, how about you check out my first review on Meagan Good and Devon Franklin’s The Wait, here.
So, Who Moved My Cheese?
No really, half my pack was full only yesterday. Just went to make a sandwich and there is a significant amount missing. Hmm. That aside, this book is fantastic primarily because of its size. Small, medium print, easy to read, plainly written yet interesting and insightful. It is a book that abides by the classic old is gold design.
As indicated in the blurb, “cheese is a metaphor for what you want to have in life-whether it is a good job, a loving relationship, money, or a possession, health or spiritual peace of mind.”
While the book is not particularly profound, it does carry profound lessons. I mean, who doesn’t like a good ol tell-a-tale? It is the kind of book you can easily picture sitting by the fire, hot chocolate in hand, listening to the steady, warm voice of your gran as she narrates away. An adage with important life lessons:
- Change is imminent
- The biggest inhibitor to change lies within
- Nothing gets better until you change
There are a lot of things that should be obvious but we are human; we need reminding. If you are looking for something deeply philosophical, this book is not for you. However, if your mind is open to the little details as you navigate through life, this is one book that will get your bulb lighting; wondering why we complicate things so much.
It is only 96 pages and is quite inexpensive-you have nothing to lose!
I got mine here.
Love and Love,