For modern civilization!

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For modern civilization!

 Do you have the tendency of modern civilization? I mean, are you enjoying city life? If yes, I may say-you having better facilities, right? We all know about it. Its a very common to all that the tendency of modern civilization is to give prominence to city life. All cities have good schools, colleges and universities for imparting higher education in all branches and disciplines. The best possible medical aid and hospitals are available in the cities. Most of the people living in cities are generally educated. A great many of them lead a life of comfort and luxury. After all, people prefer to live in a city. 
In the Village 
Do you enjoy your village? I mean, are you enjoying country life? If yes, I may say-you are seeking peace of mind, right?I don’t know about your liking or disliking, but I know you are seeking happiness. Because, happiness is wanting, what we get. To make us happy, we sometimes visit village or would love to reside in the village. Here, I can surely say that- the place I mean village place is not a comfortable right now. You know- there are 3 classes who live in village, namely -the rich,the middle class and the toiling mass. Some of the middle class people are land-holders, but they do not know how to cultivate the land themselves. They engage labors who do all the work for them. Again, the businessmen among the middle class are prosperous. The vast majority of the villagers belong to the toiling mass. They are poor peasants, landless laborers, the artisans, the blacksmiths, the weavers, the fishermen and the people engaged in such other useful work. You can see the village is however, full of dirty politics. There are some clever people who keep up quarrels, rivalries and litigation among different groups to extract some financial benefits out of them. On the whole, the life of the villagers is a depressing story of woes and miseries. The village is generally the home of poverty, squalor, prejudice, illiteracy, disease and death. 

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