Daily Prompts – Idyllic

So I’ve decided to jump on the bandwagon of the Daily Prompts. My first one being Daily Prompt – Idyllic.

What does your ideal community look like? How is it organized, and how is community life structured? What values does the community share?

I sometimes dream of the place I’d like to live if I was given the chance to build the house and area and choose the people I wanted to associate with.

The Houses would be made of beautiful stone but on the inside they’d be modern with all the latest fixtures.

The People would be respectful of each other. They wouldn’t damage the area around them or hurt other people. They would accept newcomers of all race, religion and wealth.

The Government/Council would hold a monthly meeting for everyone to attend and discuss how they want their community to run. The council would listen and put their wishes into action.

The Shops and Entertainment would suit all ages. This would help reduce crime. There would be support groups and clubs run every day of the week.

Education would be important in the community. Teaching all abilities and not allowing anyone to fall behind. Those who did would have to join a scheme to get them back learning.

These daily prompts really get you thinking actually. Can’t wait for tomorrow.

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