“Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.” - Khalil Gibran
Through the course of time and the advancement of technology, the human aspect of being human seems to have taken a back seat. Amidst countless daily distractions, our minds and bodies have been tuned to the idea of minimising interactions with others and with nature. Most people spend more time on their computers and phones than with other people. Urban lifestyle, in a way, propagates the numbness of human emotions.
The philosophy of ‘Frangipani’ is to switch off and revisit your roots. It is the feeling of fresh grass against your bare feet on a bright sunny day. At ‘Frangipani’ you can be cradled in the lap of mother nature. Let your children or grandchildren experience the joys that you experienced when growing up. Let them run and play on your doorstep while the rest of the city shrinks. See what the night sky looks like without the blatant city lights diluting its beauty.
City vs Country
For anyone who hasn’t lived in the sheer luxury of vast private spaces, it is very difficult to visualize the difference between a country estate and a ‘luxury’ city-home. You may get bored of Italian Marble and so-called premium bathroom fittings that most city homes bring, but we bet you will never get bored of your own vast garden, the sounds of birds and the outdoor-natural lifestyle that a country estate provides. This table here will give you an idea of the lifestyle difference in the City vs in the Country.