Either lifestyle involves some affirmative and negative things…

You can find a job in urban life.
Despite this, the job comes across to you in rural life.

You can be exposed to noisy renovation in the city life.
Likely, you can be subject to trains and animals rumble in the countryside.

The air quality is decreasing as noise pollution is increasing in the city.
The job opportunities are decreasing as quality of life is increasing in the urban areas.

The botox therapy and plastic surgery is increasing in the city.
The natural beauty of your best friend in the countryside.

The education system is good in the city according to the little district.
The cost of living is better in the town according to the big city.

The access to healthcare is better in the city than in the countryside.
The cultural diversity is better in the countryside than in the city.

You can use the job market in the city.
You can use the square of the town in rural life.

The population density calls to the community in city life.
The community has a gossip council.

The transportation is better in the city than rural life.
But rural life is via horse transportation. – If you like fertilizer.- 🙂

The rural life infrastructure is as good as the rural life.
Your aspect and prism is important.


On the upshot…
Every coin has two sides. What you want is important!
You can’t have your cake and eat it too.
The village lord couldn’t wander to the shopping center.
But, he is a big fish in a small pond.

Also both sides are jealous of the other side.
The big saying:
The grass is always greener on the other side.
You can’t please everyone.
This is such a needle in a haystack my man…

Doctrine: “You aren’t a pizza. You can’t please everyone.” – Seyma Subasi