A book that changed your opinion about something
This book made me realize that money isn’t everything. It also made me realize how important it is to stay true to your roots and be aware of the world around you. Money can create problems whether you have it or you don’t but as long as you try to live comfortably and enjoy the little things, life can be a lot easier. This book was really good because it takes you through a journey by the way of a struggling chef trying to keep his restaurant down to earth but has to sell out due to financial woes. With the help of a franchise-chain owner he reopens his restaurant as a ‘fancy-food you’ve never heard of’ restaurant. Throughout the book he spends more and more time inside Stanley Park where he begins capturing wild animals and turns them into delicious meals for the homeless people who are staying in the park. This is where he realizes he is most-happiest and he changes his life and begins to live a simpler lifestyle. This book helped me form my outlook on life and its easily avoidable complications.