Most of us who in the urbanized Western nations have a very casual relationship with the land upon which we live – if we have any land at all! In the United States, for instance, the average homeowner moves from one property to another about every five years. Similar patterns are now evident in many population centers of Europe. Normally, the Western man's selection of a home is not regarded as a permanent decision. A home is viewed from the start as something to be easily disposed of as one moves up or down the economic ladder.
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