The difference between utopia and an ideal reality
Question from the Internet:
“Where did utopia start?”
I am not sure. I guess someone gave a definition to an ideal state we would like to reach but we can’t, so it remains like a dream.
The difference between utopia and a realistic, highly desirable future state is the availability of an actual, purposeful and practical method that can actually help us get to that higher, ideal, “dreamlike” state.
This is how we are today. Our present world, our civilization gradually turns into a worse dystopia than anything Hollywood could paint for us. And when some talk about a different world that is built on a nature-like, mutually integrated human society where people willingly, happily make calculations for the sake of others, for the sake of the whole collective, most people dismiss it as a utopia.
What they do not know is that there is an actual, purposeful, and highly practical method that can help us build such an ideal, “dreamlike” human society above and against our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric, and exploitative nature.