“Dust Thou Art, and Unto Dust Shalt Thou Return.” Genesis 2:7
My attention has been drawn to the conversation of location, location, location, and so I thought I’d throw in my own opinion with quick fashion.
Firstly, move to an area of arable land with fresh water, plenty of rain, and sufficient sun-light. If you’re currently in the desert without any reliable source of water bar imports, you really should consider moving. If the land around you is fertile yet it hardly rains, you should be thinking about long-term water storage. If, like me, it isn’t the soil or rainfall that is a significant problem but sunlight hours are a concern, you need to study the greenhouse system.
Secondly, you need to consider culture. Can you speak the local language and are you aware of taboos, norms, and other such knowledge? If you aren’t then I suggest you either learn quickly or move to an area in which you can comprehend the other people. If you decide to move then ‘culture shock’ could, and does, occur to people who move somewhere they have no knowledge of. Think it through carefully, you could fare much better in an area with second-rate land and people you understand than a natural paradise containing folk you have little in common with.
Overall, you need to find your spiritual home; a place in which your very soul feels at peace and contains other spirits/beings that you share many ‘perspectives’ on life with. You are ‘of the earth’ so allow your ‘inner voice, ‘God’, ‘Gaia’, or however you understand existence to guide you through. Think.
I wish you all the best.