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Jumping Mouse The story of Jumping Mouse may seem simple at first But it is far more than just a story about a small rodent There are so many underlying themes that reflect society faith generosity personal growth and many other aspects of a persons daily life The story starts out with a seemingly simple mouse who hears what others do not He dares to question what is out of the ordinary and seeks out the truth instead of dismissing it as nothing He shows curiosity which leads him to new ideas When he has his experience at the river he is given a new name which signifies his own personal growth When he takes his newfound ideas back to the mouse society they dont believe him because it is far too different than what they already know and they decide that he is harmful The society of mice reflects society in how they didnt understand something so they pushed it away So many times people dont accept or understand things because they are out of the ordinary so they shun it It happens every day with racism and conflicts over human sexuality Most people dont understand that there is no way to define normal All around the world things are different and one needs to be open minded enough to understand it Now look what being open minded did for the mouse His willingness to listen and his faith in the frog allowed him to see into the rest of the world even deeper into his own mind There is a fine line between being open-minded and being gullible Both will listen to anything to try to understand it but gullible people lack common sense The mouse seemed kind of gullible in how hed risk his safety by jumping in the water all because the frog said to Jumping mouse is like many people always seeking a better way of life The
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