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  • Of course not

    "Perfection" is subjective. What might be perfect for me might be horrible for you. Everyone on this planet is different, and these differences are what make us human. You could argue that a world with no violence would be perfect. But not only does that that not account for any other problems, it asks people to suppress human nature and eradicate free will. We are, unfortunately, all fallible beings (not necessarily that we all want to kill each other, however).
    To quote the Sniper from TF2: "as long as there's two people left on the planet, someone's gonna want someone dead."

  • Of course, yes.

    "Perfection" is subjective. What might be perfect for me might be horrible for you. Everyone on this planet is different, and these differences are what make us human. You could argue that a world with no violence would be perfect. But not only does that that not account for any other problems, it asks people to suppress human nature and eradicate free will. We are, unfortunately, all fallible beings (not necessarily that we all want to kill each other, however).
    To quote the Sniper from TF2: "as long as there's two people left on the planet, someone's gonna want someone dead."

  • One World One Family

    It is possible to have a perfect world but it may be difficult. We all are from different places around the world, some may be from America or Africa or from different religions but we all look at each others differences. We can achieve a perfect world if we stop looking at each others differences and focus on our similarities instead because everyone in the world are looking to achieve the same things like world peace so if we work together these hopes/dreams can become a reality someday because we all can share our similarities and achieve things beyond our imagination and we can have a PERFECT WORLD if we learn to work together!

  • Perfection is not uniformity or happiness

    My perfect world is one that is learning, growing, getting better and generally accommodating our diverse outlooks. But a world where we step on each others thoughts with impunity is the problem. A world where we chiefly seek to out-do each other, to defraud the neighbor and make profit out of competition rather that productivity is imperfect. Struggles are part of the human experience and each little challenge overcome is part of the joy of our achieving perfection.

  • Its so simple

    Learn to love yourself it becomes easier to love others. The world needs to understand that life is much more bigger than being human. This is a purpose to the madness. Regardless if there is a god wouldn't it be nice if we didn't have to wait to be peaceful. No matter what people say. "perfection is impossible". Only when you believe so. Beliefs are too powerful for this to be true. We believe in a God. Why not world peace?

  • Perfection is possible

    Sure it may be difficult to achieve but with the right technology I think that it is possible for us to achieve "perfection", whether it's through increased surveillance or some kind of chip that we have to plant in everyone's head, I think that it is completely possible to have a perfect world.

  • This is a perfect world.

    The world already is perfect. There is no need to change it. It is the struggle and strife that is part of its perfection. I would hate to live in a world with nothing to struggle against. If there is an afterlife I’d prefer Valhalla where I had to fight every day, than to a Christian heaven where I had to sit around and sing boring hymns. The ups and downs are part of its perfection, and so are both the pain and pleasure. Sometimes I get to be the Buddha and sometimes I have to be a bum.

  • Imperfection is perfection

    The fact that there are imperfections in the world is what makes it perfect. Without negative, there is no positive. It is this balance, and our human ability to experience a range of emotions that makes the world perfect. That being said, it is true that there are individuals suffering all around the world, many of whom would not agree. That negative/positive balance extends to humanity as a whole however, and that means that some lives have to be worse in order for others' to be great. Is it not true that we often feel better about our own situation by looking at others who are worse off than we are? If we all had wonderful lives, we would have no frame through which to view them and therefore great would seem mediocre. Our world is perfect because the ups and downs give everything meaning. It is funny then that these very ups and downs are often what lead people to wonder what the purpose of life is. The purpose of the individual life is to live, and to add our experiences to the overall human experience.

  • Yes, But it can't be made by man.

    There's this place called Heaven, And that's where you wanna be. The guy who runs Heaven plans on working on a new, Perfect world, But not for a while. He has a very specific plan and a bunch of weird things need to happen before this perfect world is made.

  • One Without Humans

    I don't believe a perfect world can exist so long as humans walk. I believe a perfect world in not one in which there is no strife, But one in which creatures have the ability to overcome any troubles they face. Some could argue that humans could create a perfect world, And I would say that I agree to some minor extent. A perfect human world would have to consist of very few humans that carry the same beliefs and needs. Should so much as one conflict arise, The 'perfect world' no longer exists. As all humans have varying thoughts and beliefs, I do not believe a perfect world is possible so long as we reign on this world.

  • This life and world is a test

    This life is delusion. The afterlife for those in Paradise will be the perfect world which we are seeking now. The only way to feel perfect is to accept the imperfections of others on earth, But ultimately the everlying perfection from the dicitionary books is only available in Heaven - so good luck

  • Perfection is impossible

    If we the humans are perfect then there will be no new inventions,
    because of the mistakes what we did we are learning and finding new things today. It will happens some time that we will plan to do, Something but it will happen something else, That is because of mistakes. Perfection is knowing completely, Mistakes will happen when we don't know things completely.

  • Nobody is able to be completely perfect.

    Why is that so? You can get good grades, Put they might never be perfect, You can’t choose what people think of you. You can practice to make your writing really good but it will never be exactly perfect. People’s choices are never right or wrong, So, Never think your perfect or better then others.

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  • A perfect world is an opinion, Not a fact.

    A perfect world can mean no crime or violence-free world. It can mean a clean, Eco-friendly world to others. I think it all matters about one’s opinion about a “perfect world”. While someone thinks it’s perfect, Someone might not. Even if one person does not think it’s perfect, It is not. The word “perfect” can mean anything, Really.

  • Humanity can never be perfect

    Every human has selfish means and therefore will always be looking out for their best interest. For example, In the short story, The ones That walked away from Omelas, The narrator describes the community as perfect and continues on for several paragraphs describing how perfect it is. She leaves the creation of the society up to the readers imagination. Then with a plot twist she states that in order to maintain the utopian society, The community must continue to abuse, Neglect and, Harm a child that lives in the basement. This is just an example of the selfishness of human nature.

  • It not possib

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  • There is no possible way for the world to be perfect!

    Perfection is subjective. Everyones views are different and my perfect could be someone else night mare and thats what makes us human and bad things are needed to happen for good things to occur but aren't struggles part of life and even a little challenge can help but how many problems do we need to face to make the world perfect one to many is it worth it?

  • Only on a Conceptual level

    To have a perfect world, You would need a defined definition of perfect or an unlimited amount of resources, Both seeming unable to happen in reality and on a planet like Earth. So on a conceptual level, Possibly maybe but in the world we live in right now, No way

  • It is Impossible for there to be that "Perfect World"

    We may think of a perfect world where every on is equal, Everyone has the same rights, And we all live as happy and as free as we want to be. However, If there is no one to rule over us, We would simply have nothing to do. Since we would need at least one ruler to rule over everyone and ensure everyone's needs are met, That would mean that someone would have more power than everyone else. And everyone's opinions on a perfect would would be different. Some would have one idea, While others would have another. If everyone was to be in charge over one another (again that would never work because everyone would soon get power hungry and would result in a social collapse), There would be a big dispute over who has the better idea, And would end up in a world war, With different sides having different opinions. We can get close to a perfect world, By having homes for the homeless and narrowing the gap between the rich and the poor, And we could collaborate to ensure the environment is well sustained, But still, We would never get close to a perfect world.


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