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Every human institution has a guiding mission statement or philosophy. Yet there is no specific global plan for Humanity's future. Without a plan, happenstance determines destination. Instead of leaving its fate up to chance, Humanity should select its own destination.
Since Utopia is the best Humanity can perceive, Utopia should be Humanity's guiding philosophy. This ultimate philosophy of striving for the best life possible for everyone, can be one global element of common sense and common purpose in an otherwise complex and fragmented world. Utopian philosophy can be the goal that unites the world for good and noble actions.
This web site has a modern day trilogy on how Humanity can achieve Utopia. To read any of the three books below, just click on that book. To read a summary of this trilogy, just scroll down this page. Plus, there are links to interesting web sites below the summary. i]
The first step on the stairway to Utopia is to define what Utopia is, and thereby set forth what goal Humanity should strive to reach. Utopia is generally defined as a place of ideal perfection in all aspects of existence. Once Humanity knows Utopia is the house it wants to live in, Humanity can begin to build that house. Since Utopia is the blueprint for Humanity's house, the next step is to determine what materials are needed to assemble that house. There are five basic elements to Utopia. These elements are:
While humans currently have a physical limitation of mortality, one does obtain a form of eternal life in that their splash is an everlasting effect on Humanity. Once Utopia is reached, there will be physical immortality through cell regeneration, memory transfer to a robotic humanoid, or some other method beyond our current knowledge.
Originally posted by Jonna
1. Everlasting life;
Ummmm...I see the first problem.