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Difference between behaviour of rural and urban people

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    We will differentiate between rural and urban people on the basis of their thinking, whether they are civilized or uncivilized and whether the people are wise or foolish.

    In rural areas , people generally think about each other because this is a close society. They have a reasonable amount of bonding. They think that unless this kind of basic help is provided to them by their fellow human beings, it would have been very difficult to survive. In urban areas, people are independent and are indifferent of the presence of their fellow human beings.

    The basic definition of civilisation is respecting our environment, i.e, physical environment, natural environment, human environment and economic environment. Urban people can't be called civilised because they have lot of apathy towards the environment. Rural people are far more civilized. They are educated. It means that whatever they know, they use it for the betterment of society. In urban areas, people are not educated, they may be literate or well informed. Urban people are not able to think about their fellow human beings. They are not able to respect their natural environment, physical environment, social, linguistic and identity environment.

    Rural people are innocent and humane but not foolish. It can be the perception of urban people to think certain act of theirs as foolish. Rural people have certain values which do not allow them to manipulate.

    Wisdom is all about trying to take a very good decision on the basis of certain variables existing in that region. Wise people are able to solve their day to day problems. So, both rural people as well as urban people can be wise.

    Many of the things what rural people do, think and feel may according to perception appear as uncivilized to urban people. This can a culture of rural people. Civilisation has one component that is associated with culture not all of them.

  • there is a little difference of their thoughts and cultural aspects

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