The story informs the tale of four characters of which two are mice Sniff and Scoot, and the other 2, littlepeople Haw and Hem-they who are people, the only difference is their size which is similar to that of the mice. These 4 characters regularly search for their cheese whatever day as way of life. Eventually in time, they all find what they are looking for. In this, they bask in the joy and comfort of their cheese for a very long while.
One faithful day, their cheese has actually been moved and it is no longer in the area they discover it every day, their routine has actually been altered. For the two mice, they quickly embrace the modification that has happen and rapidly triggered searching for a new cheese so that they can continue to indulge in their enjoyment.
Not long the mice discover brand-new cheese and their happiness continues. On the other hand, the littlepeople refuse to accept the inevitable modification which has actually occurred, they keep living in denial and grumbling that it is not fair that their cheese has been moved. It takes a really longtime for self-realization to come into the mind of Haw among the littlepeople to back into the labyrinth to search for brand-new happiness instead of hopelessly await their old joy to come back to them. He sets off on his journey which is long and difficult, along the method, he finds out a great deal of life lessons which keeps him going. Finally, he discovers brand-new cheese, new joy, fresher and more than he ever hoped for. In his closing desires, he hopes that his fried Hem sees the light and likewise uses up the new challenge.
Reflectively, it is interesting how the human mind can be so adverse despite the praise loaded on it. We declare to be the smartest and wisest types in deep space, yet we go on to overcomplicate things for ourselves. This story has clearly shown that, due to the fact that we like to evaluate situations a lot, it gets to a stage where we allow worry to creep in, hence avoiding us from challenging ourselves. From the story, I realized that I am sort of Hem-ish; however like he said, “it’s better late than never”. So with situations where I have more than evaluated, I will accept the changes which have taken place, accepted the obstacles and move with the cheese or perhaps much better still, look for a New Cheese.