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Winter 2017


Texas LAND

A LETTER FROM THE

A LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER inter brings our annual lifestyle issue. In the context of a ranch, lifestyle is generally characterized by lived-in boots, jeans faded to comfortable perfection, days spent on a horse or in a hunting blind and nights spent around a fire with the people you enjoy most. In the words of Martha Stewart, a woman who I probably don’t have much in common with, these are all “good things.” But the events of 2017 have caused me to reflect a lot. My wife Lisa and I have three kids, ranging in age from 14 to seven. And when I look at the world they are inheriting, I’m forced to challenge the notion that good things are enough. I’ve had to look in the mirror and ask: “Do I want to give them a lifestyle or teach them a style for living their lives?” I’m doing my damnedest to gift them with the latter. The concept, known as the Golden Rule, is simple to grasp: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” It’s harder to act on consistently. For those of us raised in the Judeo-Christian tradition, it’s Matthew 7:12. Matthew, well actually Jesus, said it another way when he was asked to order the commandments. The most important was to love God more than anything else. The second was to “Love your neighbor as yourself.” While some may accuse me of being preachy, I’m actually just being practical. Regardless of what you believe—or don’t— it’s hard to argue that this notion of respect and compassion for others is a bad idea. It’s the foundation for a civil, functional society. It’s the foundation of a style for living that guarantees collectively we will leave the world better than we found it. Robert Frost suggested, “Good fences make good neighbors.” Personally, I think that good neighbors reach across fences—both real and perceived. In 2018, I hope that you’ll join me in reaching beyond good for my best self. Tom Alexander Publisher • [email protected] TOM ALEXANDER Publisher LAURET JARVIS Editor-in-Chief BRITTANY GILLEN Production Manager KATIE GORDON Designer LAUREN CARSWELL Designer LETTERS + COMMENTS Lauret Jarvis, Editor-in-Chief, [email protected] SUBSCRIPTIONS + INFORMATION land.com/magazines or email us at [email protected] © Copyright 2017 CoStar Group. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission from the publisher. Texas LAND Magazine is published by CoStar Group, 100 Congress Ave, Suite 1500, Austin, TX 78701. Information provided to CoStar Group is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. The publisher will not be responsible for any omissions, errors, typographical mistakes or misinformation within this publication. Measurements and figures are approximate. Properties are subject to errors, omissions, prior change or prior sale. The real estate advertised in this magazine is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 and it’s amendments. This magazine will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Dwellings advertised in this magazine are available on an equal opportunity basis. Printed in the USA.

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