"City residents disproportionately are more likely than people living in other types of communities to say they would prefer to live in a place other than a city," Morin says. "Fewer than half of all city residents say there is no better place to live than in a city."
Good grief! Many Americans are not satisfied with their possessions, and spend most of their energy trying to acquire more. And now, to think that many Americans want to live somewhere other than where they live. Something is wrong with this picture!
And down the hallways of time, I hear the Apostle Paul slowly proclaiming, "I've learned in whatsoever state I am therewith to be content."