|Here are the
lessons from the book: (1) Your cheese, by some name, will always be moved.
(2) Simple folk, like the mice, tend to evaluate a situation and then do what
needs to be done. And (3) sophisticated folk tend to either stay behind for a
while before they follow, or complain, stay behind, and then starve. Loosely
translated into E:P:N speak: Prot and his friends are the ones moving it.
Njut, like Haw, is the one who soon cheerfully follows while leaving writings
on the wall for his stubborn friend. And Eleko, like Hem, does not want to
move, therefore tends to suffer a bitter end.