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Monday, July 12, 2010

The City

Living in the city is like being placed inside a concrete maze. In order to get your "cheese" you are forced to negotiate a maze of concrete walls and barriers.

This maze is endless and difficult to navigate. Often you wind up going in circles just to find yourself right back where you were. So it is with living in the city. Urban life is just a maze of concrete buildings which often lead to nowhere.

Many people feel differently about the city life. In particular, living in the city can be fun and exciting because of the various opportunities that they provide. Most of the time, there is always something to do and somewhere to go in the city.

As far as a career and education is concerned, the city would be a great place to obtain career and education goals. More money is in the city.

You have a wide range of jobs,schools, and other opportunities. Living in the city only gets harder if you can't adjust. The cost of living is higher in the city than it would be in the outskirts.

A guard house of the Pudu jail
On the other hand, living in the city can also be dangerous. My reason for saying that is because life in the city is fast. A lot of violence occurs in the city.

There is no real freedom in the city. More often than not, people fall victim to the dark characters that wander the streets looking for innocent and gullible victims to feed upon.

A person who has a desire to live in the city, should know what it is they want and want to do. It is not hard to get adapted to living in the city.

City life can be great for some and not so great for others.

Living in the city is a great way to be successful and independent. It is not true that people in the outskirts can't be successful. Living in the city just increases your chances on being successful.

It only depends on how motivated you are.


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