I believe there is a reason for everything that happens, and some of these happenings are when you read a book. I have heard of George Orwell for so long, bought his books years ago, and they sat in my bookshelf ever since. Then my husband suggested to my eldest son to read the book Animal Farm, and I decided to read it at the same to encourage him.
It is a simple book, with profound meaning, especially since I read it at the time where there was really chaos going on in the world. The COVID19 pandemic was in full force, the Black Lives Matter movement was erupting, and so many things were seemingly going wrong. Orwell, in 1945, summarised everything that was going on in 2020; it was astounding!
The idea of the book apparently symbolises Russia and the Soviet Union under the Communist Party rule, but in my opinion, it shows human nature in every setting, no matter how big or small. You can apply the principles to the workplace all the way to the community you live in, honestly anywhere you find a group of people you will find this dynamic.
This was a quick read, I could have finished it in 2 days but I was reading chapter by chapter with my son, and then we would have a discussion about what he understood. I highly recommend it if you are into human behaviour.