What may be perfect to one person may not be perfect to another, and differences in our opinions will always cause conflicts among one another.
The word “perfection” does not have a set-in-stone list of requirements, due to the fact that its definition is subjective and rooted in opinion.
My “utopia” would be a place where it would be safe to walk outside in the middle of the night without having to think about something dangerous happening to you.
A place where you can go to a park and hang out for several hours without having to think about a hundred different things that run through your head constantly.
My “utopia” is most likely a very different type of “utopia” then what I would probably read elsewhere, but I would rather have peace, a place where you can relax, be quiet, and hear your thoughts, then to think about how I would live in selfish type of manner.
I think my “utopia” is this way because we live in a society today where things are very bad, the economy is down, people are getting laid off, children are being bullied through social media, and the most unimportant people in the world are getting the most attention in the news rather than the people who are out there changing the world for the better.My “utopia”, my perfect place, my “dream world” would be something not too way over the top like flying spaceships, or robots bringing me drinks.It would be a very quiet, calm, and peaceful place where I can actually hear my thoughts, and individuals are all treated fairly, and everyone isn’t afraid of sharing their opinions about life or society without getting bad looks from others.Other material possessions are earned through a merit system.Through this system, if you go above and beyond what is required of your responsibilities then you earn a merit, and merits can be exchanged for superficial possessions. This, including relatives and children, if you are sick and cannot work, your relatives' health care will cover you, covers everything. An individual can progress their quest for knowledge at any level for free. Education is encouraged by society, and progressive study beyond the required levels can also earn merits.If there were such thing as a perfect world there would be no need for advancements and breakthroughs as there is now.Society would become stagnant, and eventually die off. And anyone who does not work for the good for their society is exiled.The best way to define a perfect society is one where each individual’s personal idea of perfection is achieved.This, however, may not be as easy of an idea as it appears on paper.This perfect place where there’s no harm, the adults are relaxing, the children are playing amongst each other carefree, and music would be playing.In my “utopia”, money would be no issue because everyone wouldn’t have to worry about it.