Living In The Country – When the urban living comes to mind
Living In The Country – People immediately visualize a busy cityscape with plenty of other people and vehicles moving about. This imagery sounds appealing to some residents of rural areas who are aspiring and hoping of getting better opportunities. The seductive thought of having a better career and savvy metropolitan lifestyle seem irresistible for a country bumpkin. Once given the opportunity to move into the metro however, most begin to feel a sense of homesickness. This feeling may sometimes go unnoticed because of the fast paced city life. Time passes and this familiarity of the hustle and bustle sets in and finally gets one accustomed to it. Adapting to the different lifestyle demanded by metropolitan life gradually forces one to mentally accept that it is the life that they have to live. But from time to time, former country residents think back on their peaceful country life and feel a slight tinge of misery. Then in an instant, the fast paced urban life gets them on their feet again and the longing for a less hectic life gets shelved once more.
Amidst the thick traffic of city crowds and transportation
City dwellers endure the inconveniences in exchange for other conveniences provided by industrialized amenities and services found only in the city. Sometimes you just have to sit and think at how people could endure going through a whole day sitting through a two kilometer ride that would last them more than an hour. The irony of the fast paced city life is the its apparent congestion and of people and mechanized transportation.
At the back of the minds of most city dwellers, the prospect of moving into or moving back to country life is an unspoken dream
Most want to live through their active years of career and service then retire into a rustic house at the countryside and live the rest of their lives in peace and quiet. In stark contrast to the stressful image of city life, country life evokes an image of simple homes in a spacious neighborhood where even though the population is significantly less, the social circles are more interconnected.
Is the perfect setting for people who wish to settle in a home that is conducive for relaxing and taking each challenges of life one at a time. For those who are particularly from the country and have stepped into and has become part of the human cogs that run the industry, stress relief is temporary unless the step taken to eliminate stress is to move into a less hectic lifestyle and setting provided by country living.