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“I wish to have a good house!” Perhaps this is common for everyone.
Both in an abundant natural area, and quite bad surroundings in a city, it is quite hard to build a house which reconciles the sunlight, wind, heat, rain, and humidity skillfully.
But when the subject turns to “good life,” does something change?
Usually, before building a house, we have to decide the land on which to live and the person with whom to live together.
There are many options for where to live that appeal to each person. Thinking about public transportation for work and shopping… Even within one family, it is difficult to make a decision.
Someone may want the convenience of the city; someone may want big nature.
Is it too much to say this?
When we talk about “city and country,” I think in general, people rent in the city, and own in the country.
When it is a rental house, it is easy to judge (and discount or dismiss it) as a temporary house, but when it is an owned house, it will be a big problem if we don’t value its permanence.
If we have something to worry about, it is that it is very hard now to find “good surroundings” for “good life,” especially good natural surroundings.
It has been a long time since nature has disappeared from the city, but now in the countryside the same situation is going on.
Now it is time that we have to stop providing houses, and allow for a rebirth of nature and the past.