The four levels of self-understanding in which we are most likely to go: 1) physical, 2) social, 3) artistic, and 4) spiritual.
We’ll discuss these four levels in a second, but we’ll get back to the first two.
I feel like this is the easiest way to get you thinking about it. One of the most common questions I get is “what is a geographical zone?” Now, what I don’t get is why people ask this. A geographical zone is an imaginary concept, like the concept of “the zone.” Or maybe it’s the concept of a “physical zone.” It’s a place with its own rules.
Well, in the old days, we would use the word “zone” to describe the area where a given country was located. The definition of a zone, though, has changed over time. A geographical zone is the area within a given country where there is a significant concentration of people or, rather, a significant amount of people. It can be anywhere in the world, including all the parts of the world.
I’m not sure how geographic zones can be used to define a country, but there is a difference between a geographical zone and a country. A geographical zone is a geographical region of a country and a country is a territory. In other words, a country can be a geographical zone, but it is still a territory. And when you’re talking about geographical zones, what you are really talking about is a nation—you can’t just call a country a “country”.
A country is definately a unit of government that can be divided up into regions (a county, a city, an island, an island etc). A country, by definition is a geographical zone. But a geographical zone is not necessarily a country, and a country can also be a geographical zone without being a country.
In the past, a geographical zone was a nation. However, a country is a geographical zone that has a government that is a nation and can be divided up into regions and counties. A geographical zone can be a country or a country can be a geographical zone.
It’s easy to imagine a country as a country, a county as a county, an island as an island. But there are a lot of places where a country, a county, an island, and a city are all the same thing and the difference between the two can be a lot of fun.
It’s kind of like the difference between the “state” of California and the “state of Montana.
A country may be defined by its boundaries and by its geography, and a county as a county, but there are differences as well. A county may also have a government, but a county can also have a government. A city may be defined by its boundaries and by its geography, and a city as a city, but these two things are not the same.