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Who moved my CHEESE

February 4, 2008

Life is no straight and every corridor along

which we travel free and unhampered,

but a maze of passages,

through which we must seek our way,

lost and confused, now and again

checked in a blind alley.

But always, if we have faith,

God will open a door for us,

Not perhaps one that we ourselves

would ever have thought of,

But one that will ultimately

prove good for us.”

A. J. Cronin

How very true these words are. And how excellently the same thoughts have been explained by the Dr. Spencer Johnson in his book “who moved my cheese”. The book was fantastic. To be frank I found the book to be a bit boring and kind of preachy in the beginning but once I finished reading the whole book I simply loved it. The way the writer mentioned simple rules of living using tiny creatures was really good. And more than the story it was the discussion which was good, may be because it was realistic.

Overall it was a great book which not only tells us to keep changing with circumstances but it also gets us acquainted to change. This book definitely changes the way we perceive changes around us and brings about a positive attitude in everyone.

“Who moved my Cheese” — DR SPENCER JOHNSON

2 Comments leave one →
  1. vishnu permalink
    February 5, 2008 6:39 PM

    hmm.. ya.. the book was really nice.. i finally read it.. 😀 after reading tat book i learned a completely diff angel thru which we shld see things.. tats a gr8 experience reading it..

  2. sujay permalink
    February 14, 2008 9:49 PM

    awesome awesome awesome book… ur moody .. ur sad ?? ur confused … u feel tensed … … medincine=read the book

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