Utopia on Earth. Is it possible?

Would you like to live in a better world? Mankind has spent millennia looking for a perfect society—a utopia—where all can live in peace and happiness. Why has it always gone wrong? Will we ever have utopia on this earth?


A utopia is a community or society possessing highly desirable or perfect qualities. The word was coined by Sir Thomas More in Greek for his 1516 book Utopia, describing a fictional island society in the Atlantic Ocean. The term has been used to describe both intentional communities that attempt to create an ideal society, and imagined societies portrayed in fiction. It has spawned other concepts, most prominently dystopia.

The word utopia was coined in Greek by Sir Thomas More for his 1516 book Utopia, describing a fictional island society in the Atlantic Ocean. The word comes from the Greek: οὐ (“not”) and τόπος (“place”) and means “no place”. The English homophone eutopia, derived from the Greek εὖ (“good” or “well”) and τόπος (“place”), means “good place”. This, because of the identical pronunciation of “utopia” and “eutopia”, gives rise to a double meaning.

On which ground shall we start an utopian view of paradise on earth? Shall we erase our experiences as human beings or shall we preserve them as the pillars of this utopian dream?

I wish to say that life is… imperfect. Therefore, we can only approach the topic from a human point of view. Desire is the cause of imperfection and utopia is the fulfilment or transmutation of this desire to unify, to harmonize…

Less desire, then less craving, then less ego and selfishness….it is always difficult to eliminate desire. Desire create ambition and ambition create action for growth. This make it hard…to progress and evolved, desire is needed. Can humanity still achieve utopia alongside with technological and economic progress?

For thousands of years, philosophers have debated: What would a perfect world be like? How would it come about? Yet, in spite of all their ideas and efforts, human beings have not been able to create a perfect world. Why not? Has Utopia failed—or is it even possible?


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