Ernest Hemingway once spoke of the city of Paris as a “moveable feast” because he could take his lessons from the city anywhere in the world with him. Lessons which helped him become the man that he was. Inspired by Hemingway’s idea, I hope to explore our world and to become deliberately discontent with routine that serves no purpose. Because, at the end of the day, it’s often too easy being comfortable with routine lifestyles, and, with thinking the same way without changing. So, like Hemingway, my own surroundings, and those of artists and creative thinkers across the world, will be my “moveable feast”.
Prepare to leave your table manners — ie. sticking with what you know — behind, and join me: because, life can have its moments when we learn to expect change, change for the better, and too see more of the unexpected.
“The world is a fine place and worth the fighting for and I hate very much to leave it.”–Ernest Hemingway