Each one is equally valuable in an ideal society
Question from the Internet:
“Who is the most valuable member of the social order?”
In an ideal society - one that is built, organized according to Nature’s finely balanced, integral template - each member is equally important, since in an integral, living, natural system perfect balance, homeostasis is impossible without the optimal contribution, participation of all comprising elements, parts.
It doesn’t mean that each part has to become the same, identical, it is to the contrary.
As we can observe in the biological body for example, each cell, organ had different functions, size, nutritional necessity, but we can’t be healthy, we can’t live without any.
Thus in an ideal society each member would find their own, unique, irreplaceable, mutually responsible and mutually contributing role, while justly, proportionately receiving everything they need to continue their crucial for, according to their abilities and conditions.