“All of us are thinking about an ideal place to live in, one that would provide optimal conditions for having a quality life, which is why we, at Insider Monkey, created the list of top 25 richest, healthiest, and most advanced countries in the world. In case you are having dilemmas about where to pursue nearly utopian lifestyle, the list should help you decide. We all know that perfection does not exist. However, some things do come close to being perfect. Such is the case with countries which move forward each day, reminding us every now and then about the progress the human race is capable of making. These countries are not only known for being the epitome of prosperity, but also for creating the conditions in which their citizenry can live high-quality lives. They are undoubtedly an example to look up to, and if other countries were to follow in their footsteps, the world would be a much better place.”
When people make a claim that utopia does not exist, the first thing that comes to my mind is – perspective. I know, it sounds somewhat strange that that would be the first thing I think of. Yet, as someone who has spent all her life living in a developing country, one that has a variety of problems to offer to its population, I see Scandinavian countries as utopian. My viewpoint might have been different had I ever visited one of these countries. Just the thought that, for example, in Norway I would have access to many things which I am deprived of at the moment, makes me see it as an ideal place to live in. In the article on top 25 richest, healthiest, and most advanced countries in the world, I provide an overview of the countries which offer the best conditions for a high quality life. Not surprisingly, Norway is one of them. You are one click away from seeing what other countries have made the list.