Posted by Margaret (184.108.40.206) on July 19, 2003 at 15:08:01:
In Reply to: Re: How to find your dream/ideal home? posted by Sharlee (220.127.116.11) on July 19, 2003 at 08:29:56:
> I think its important to feel an identity with the culture and lifestyle of a particular place so for me its not so much the physical surrounds but the type of people you feel comfortable with. Some places are conservative, others bohemian, others relaxed, others sporty etc. I certainly would not feel comfortable in a conservative rural town although I love nature and the open spaces. Places I have found aestheticaly beautiful are usually expensive and then you find that only the wealthy can afford to live there and those people usually keep to their own set anyway so you could feel very lonely.
> Sharlee 1w2
***You are right in that the people you surround yourself with have a heavy influence/affect on you. Which is why I need to live around the most minimal amount of people possible.
I have extreme little to no ability of being able to live with other people physically in the same building.
Even small, crowded lot yards bother me. I need a small hut that not only has tons of trees on it, but is at least *acres* away from any other home.
And although I do like people and human contact with others time to time, when it comes to living somewhere, I need actual *physical space* in which people are so far away from me, I can hear and see no one, in order to maintain reasonable peace of mind.
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