Metamorphosis, written by Franz Kafka, is a story that deals with the transformation of a human being, Gregor Samsa, into a giant bug. Whether this transformation is a literal transformation, or a transformation only in the mind of Gregor, is a mystery to the reader. Even if the transformation is the main element in the story, there are other themes that arise from the story. One of those themes could be considered as a moral
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as a burden they had gotten rid of.
So the moral of the story is that if you want to help others with their problems, itís a good thing to do. But first you must help yourself, and do not let those you are helping depend too much on you. Because there will come a point where they will no longer be grateful, and if you have problems they may not help you out.