Yes. Of course. You are quite right. Concrete is a whole lot stronger than wood. But perhaps to argue in a motivational manner of speaking, the case for going in for a wood floor installation for your home or business (or perhaps even both as the case may be for you right now) as opposed to staying with what is perceived to be the more reliable concrete floor, you could just say that trees, by and large, generally do last a lot longer than concrete.
It is just that they do now require an acute schedule of husbandry in order to ensure that all of your nearby tree plantations remain sustainable and are allowed to flourish. It could further be argued that the use of concrete mitigates against the, by and large, principles and objectives set in regard to reducing carbon footprints and thereby keeping these as low as is humanly possible to do. Also note that wood might also draw favor from a risk management point of view.
While on the one hand, the use of wood does pose challenges in regard to fire hazards, it is perhaps at an advantage in terms of lowering personal accident occurrences. Accidental slipping and falling on concrete, no matter how well it has been prepared to secure comforting surfaces if you will, is surely potentially more damaging than wood. Wood surfaces are hard but its hollowness under the floor surface does perhaps provide some form of cushioning.
But from an aesthetic point of view, well now, it would depend. Which do you really prefer? Wood? Or concrete, because to be quite honest with you, there are those who actually like concrete. Never mind them for now, wood is good for giving you that feel at home country lifestyle feeling.