The world today is far from ideal. We read about war, terrorism, hunger, genocide, violence, pollution, hatred, and sadness in the news every day. It’s in our nature to believe that things will get better; but it appears that the world gets worse each day, and if we look back through history we see that things weren’t much better before then—we just have to look at Rwanda’s Genocide or Europe during the late 1930s and early 1940s to see how terrible things were.
Is it really human nature to make the world a better place or are we just deluding ourselves? It seems that for as long as there has been recorded history, there has been war. One could argue that war is natural, that it is simply in our human DNA. But if we take a step back and look at the bigger picture, is war really necessary? Can’t we all just get along?
It’s easy to say that in a perfect world there would be no war, no hatred, no famine, and no poverty. But it’s much harder to actually make that happen. We see examples of people coming together and making the world a better place every day, but it seems that for every one step forward we take, we end up taking two steps back.
Maybe the answer lies in education. If we could teach our children from a young age about tolerance, respect and understanding, then perhaps they could grow up to be the leaders who will finally bring about a perfect world. Or maybe the answer lies within each one of us. Maybe if we all took a little time to help others, to show compassion and love, then the world would finally start becoming the perfect place we all dream of.
Whatever the answer is, it’s clear that the world we live in today is far from perfect. But that doesn’t mean we should give up hope. We need to continue to strive for a better world, because even though it may seem impossible, anything is possible if we all work together towards a common goal.
In my ideal world, each kid would be born into a family that takes care of all of his or her needs, including food and housing. Each youngster will grow up in a safe and healthy environment. The child’s education will then begin, which will be finished for free because there will be no more workers in any sector.
In my utopia, there will be no crime, because everyone will have what they need. People will work together to help each other out, and no one will be homeless or starving. This world may seem impossible, but it’s not; it just takes a little bit of imagination. Who knows? Maybe one day we’ll all wake up and find that we’re living in my perfect world. Until then, we can only dream.
In the future, when the youngster graduates from high school, he or she will only have to work in their field to acquire extras in life such as luxuries and comforts. They will not have to work for their existence (as is the case now throughout the world) because society’s basic requirements will be met from birth until death by law. This implies that folks will also work since they enjoy what they do and are not obligated to do so solely out of obligation.
In this world, people will be able to focus on personal growth and development because they will not have to worry about putting food on the table or a roof over their head.
There will be no more wars because there would be no need for them. There would be no need for different countries because everyone would be living in harmony and peace. In this world, people would respect each other and treat each other with kindness and love.
After their marriage, the two will have to find a house, and the home will be paid for by the government since they take care of everyone’s basic needs; because there will be no crime, they won’t need to live in a house on a boomed road with an electric fence and their own private security guard.
The couple will have 2.4 children and they will both be able to work and spend quality time with their family as the government provides free daycare centres and after-school care. The couple will not have to worry about affording their children’s university education as the government covers the cost of all higher education. There will be no pollution or traffic jams as everyone uses public transport or walks or cycles to get around.
In a perfect world, we would all have the perfect life partner, the perfect job, the perfect house, and the perfect family. We would never have to worry about money or crime or pollution. Everyone would be happy and healthy and there would be no war or hatred. We would all live in peace and harmony.
But unfortunately, we don’t live in a perfect world. We live in a world where there is crime and pollution and traffic jams. We live in a world where people are sometimes unhappy and unhealthy. We live in a world where there is war and hatred.
So let’s try to make our world a little bit more perfect. Let’s try to be kinder to each other and help those who are less fortunate than us. Let’s try to make our world a better place for everyone.
If we lived in a perfect world, there would be no crime, no poverty, and no suffering. Everyone would be happy and content with their lives. There would be no need for police or other law enforcement officials, because there would be no criminal activity to address. In this utopia, everyone would get along perfectly and there would be no conflict or disagreement.
This perfect world may sound like a pipe dream, but it is possible to create a society that comes close to this ideal. We can start by working to eliminate the root causes of crime, poverty, and suffering. This will require cooperation among individuals, governments, and organizations. But if we all work together towards this goal, we can make the world a better place for everyone.