Chapter 80 says: A society should be arranged as a small village, content with the simple life. Technology may offer wonders without number, but they are seldom used. Vehicles may move with amazing speed, but they remain idle. Weapons may be sophisticated and deadly, but they remain locked away gathering dust. The moment to moment enjoyment of food and family, gardens and community, work and leisure, bring contentment and joy to life. One who lives this way will come to old age and death with the complete satisfaction of a fully lived life.