How does the village live?

It's no secret that village life is more measured, calm and clear than life in a city. The villagers are not in a hurry, their actions are logical, rational and require a minimum of vital energy. How a village lives in modern Russia is unequivocally impossible, because so many villages and villages are simply dying out, others join cities, and the third still somehow manage to exist and sometimes even very successfully.

How people live in the village

  1. Let's consider the typical life in the most ordinary village. So, people here do their own business, important and necessary solely to meet their needs and their existence: one farmer contains pigs, cows and other animals, another livestock breeder for a week, and since his morning with the fellow drunks he sits under the store and waits for him discoveries. Third men are engaged in fishing, gathering mushrooms and berries in the forest. Women in the summer roll dozens of cans of preservation: jams, stewed fruit, pickles and more.
  2. Clothes and food from the villagers are the most simple.People live through subsistence farming and almost always ignore attempts by the state to get into their rooted pace of life. Usually in the village they ignore elections and do not even want to hear about politics. The TV in the house is turned on not for viewing, but so that there is no silence and at least something sounded.
  3. They quickly stop in the village and the state attempts to fuck an extra penny from the residents. For example, if there is no gas in the house and the tenants use the electric stove, then there is a double benefit - there is no need to pay for gas, and you can steal electricity. Gasoline, on the other hand, is often bought from forest sawers, which in turn save and sell cheaper fuel.
  4. Such a life may seem boring, miserable and difficult to some citizens. But in a prosperous or medium-level village, you are unlikely to meet a person with a dull or angry face. In addition, it is rather curious to listen to local conversations about really pressing matters: harvesting, the chanterelle population in the forest, fishing, and the drop in prices for natural products and so on.

Pros and cons of life in the village

The main positive aspects of rural life include:

  • clean air, natural aesthetics of nature (rivers, lakes, forests, fields, etc.);
  • large private houses;
  • own farm, vegetable gardens (free meat, eggs, milk, vegetables and fruits);
  • bath;
  • security (at night in the street just no one will touch);
  • lower fees;
  • less complete set of school classes;
  • work is near the house;
  • You can eat for free the gifts of forests and rivers, lakes;
  • payment for accommodation is minimal;
  • discounts for agricultural workers and some other groups for living in rural areas.

The main negative aspects of life in the village can be considered the following:

  • children have nowhere to develop talents and abilities;
  • the ambulance, the police;
  • there are often a lot of drunks in the street;
  • there are practically no places for rest;
  • wild animals (sick or predatory) can enter the village;
  • problems with communication "with the outside world" (telephone, Internet, television);
  • own heating in winter and the need to procure food and fuel for the winter;
  • you need to invest a lot of labor and costs for feed and livestock.


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