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This was inspired by amaurosis's post about what time in the past you would choose to live in if you could. It got me thinking... what if you could choose a world where you could live in the future? What would it look like? What would the people be like? the society? the government? anything else?

In other words: what is your vision of an ideal future?
 

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To me, the most ideal vision would consist of everyone being able to have enough balance in their lives. Everyone being able to have peace, harmony and progress that is not limited in only the so-called 'modern' context.

But..you know..that's not possible :tongue:
 

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A postmodern, peaceful world with no interest in ethnocentrism, labeling, hierarchy, and repression.
 

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I think our ideal visions say a lot about us as well. For instance I seem to write 'balance' first that means I constantly and even unconsciously attempt to apply balance in many levels of my life as well. I see balance as something that brings moderation and liberation, like you can stick to your core values, to your sense of duty while at the same time have room to be who you really are.

Ahah sorry making a creative-personal connection again :tongue:
 

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Rowingineden's vision:
A postmodern, peaceful world with no interest in ethnocentrism, labeling, hierarchy, and repression.

What it shows about her:
Someone who seeks to be a protector, fighter for oppressed and misjudged victims, and desires to work consistently towards it at a macro and micro level. Someone who will constantly look out for the underdog.

Blue butterfly's vision:
My perfect world would be where everyone loved and respected each other and our differences. I cannot understand why people can't just love each other.

What it shows about her:
Someone who views love as a potential growth and healing factor in a way that not most people see.

You know..I should stop doing stuff like that..tapping into things unnecessarily :crazy: :crazy:I wonder if I have a disorder.
 

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Rowingineden's vision:
A postmodern, peaceful world with no interest in ethnocentrism, labeling, hierarchy, and repression.

What it shows about her:
Someone who seeks to be a protector, fighter for oppressed and misjudged victims, and desires to work consistently towards it at a macro and micro level. Someone who will constantly look out for the underdog.

Blue butterfly's vision:
My perfect world would be where everyone loved and respected each other and our differences. I cannot understand why people can't just love each other.

What it shows about her:
Someone who views love as a potential growth and healing factor in a way that not most people see.

You know..I should stop doing stuff like that..tapping into things unnecessarily :crazy: :crazy:I wonder if I have a disorder.

god i love you idealists!
 

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Mine wouldn't be a perfect world at all, but a perfect galaxy! In fact humanity (and any alien species) spread across many galaxies! With the abilities (either magical or technological) to provide indefinately the spiritual and physical needs of everyone. If two people don't like each other, then rather than kill or envy each other, why not move a few lightyears away from each other so each can pursue their respective lives in peace without being judged by each other. With a bit of cornucopia, there is no need to resource deplete pristine worlds and we could essentially break the back on the very concept of social darwinism (or evolution altogether.) Where does it say anywhere that a more evolved animal is inherently superior to a less evolved one? Where does it say that a more evolved creature is inherently better for the environment it exists in? If we must evolve, evolve up through the universe so we can return to our roots, this time as sentient stardust or evolve up and out of the confines of the universe altogether!

Well that's my ideal vision anyway. My apologies it's 2am here.
 

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My ideal world:There would be extreme good and and extreme evil- and all levels in between. And each person would act to completely fulfill their nature(of good/evil/in between) and they would be free to do this without constraint. It would be like balance on a grand scale. And nobody would judge anyone else for being good or evil, because thy are just following their nature and who they are meant to be, and everyone would recognize that neither one(good or evil) could exist without the other
 

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A perfect world for me would be one where we get to spend our days outdoors without the handcuffs of the working world. Nights involve friends sitting around campfires listening to guitars and singing. There would be no need to work besides the necessities of providing to a tangible society. People would be understanding of each other. I would have the time to just lay out in the grass and stare up at the stars for however long I want. Then when morning comes, I can continue to stare up at the clouds watching them pass by with their cool little formations. We could travel wherever we want without constraint. See the Eiffel tower, go to Japan, kickbox with some kangaroos in Australia, and eat some apple pie.
 

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Ectoplasm's vision:
Mine wouldn't be a perfect world at all, but a perfect galaxy! In fact humanity (and any alien species) spread across many galaxies! With the abilities (either magical or technological) to provide indefinately the spiritual and physical needs of everyone. If two people don't like each other, then rather than kill or envy each other, why not move a few lightyears away from each other so each can pursue their respective lives in peace without being judged by each other. With a bit of cornucopia, there is no need to resource deplete pristine worlds and we could essentially break the back on the very concept of social darwinism (or evolution altogether.) Where does it say anywhere that a more evolved animal is inherently superior to a less evolved one? Where does it say that a more evolved creature is inherently better for the environment it exists in? If we must evolve, evolve up through the universe so we can return to our roots, this time as sentient stardust or evolve up and out of the confines of the universe altogether!

What it says about him:
Someone who believes that human should advance on the basis of tools given; science, philosophy, emotions, dreams and so forth without only focuing on a few. Someone who believes mostly in the values of humility and variety combined. Someone who often envisions solutions that are not thought of when thinking or reviewing tragedies. Someone who likes to discover the idealist side of almost every single person.

youll.never.know's vision:
My ideal world:There would be extreme good and and extreme evil- and all levels in between. And each person would act to completely fulfill their nature(of good/evil/in between) and they would be free to do this without constraint. It would be like balance on a grand scale. And nobody would judge anyone else for being good or evil, because thy are just following their nature and who they are meant to be, and everyone would recognize that neither one(good or evil) could exist without the other

What it says about her:
Someone who appears very idealist, but is often more realistic than what people estimate in her. Someone who recognizes the importance of an advanced philosophical state in an individual. Someone who recognizes that a person can be healthy and come back to life easily if a person is able to explore certain dreams and visions in all their connections, what they can provide to the world at a larger level without restraint from doubters. Someone who can be completely energetic when given the tools to achieve the right balance.

PhotoBrew's vision:
A perfect world for me would be one where we get to spend our days outdoors without the handcuffs of the working world. Nights involve friends sitting around campfires listening to guitars and singing. There would be no need to work besides the necessities of providing to a tangible society. People would be understanding of each other. I would have the time to just lay out in the grass and stare up at the stars for however long I want. Then when morning comes, I can continue to stare up at the clouds watching them pass by with their cool little formations. We could travel wherever we want without constraint. See the Eiffel tower, go to Japan, kickbox with some kangaroos in Australia, and eat some apple pie.

What it says about him:
Someone who knows the importance of a person not separating personal pleasure from duty and jobs. Someone who recognizes the value of quiet introspection and how the value must not be compromised for the sake of a 'fast pace.' Someone who often recognizes the beauty in the grandness and also the littlest things that involve environmental surroundings. Someone who believes the properly channeled pleasure can give just about everyone happiness.
 

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I actually think is it beautiful, seeing the ideal visions of INFP's regarding the world. I never think of them as being too idealist. I think it reveals who they really are at the core. I think these visions show that they really have good ethics and pure light underneath it all. Their lights, hearts and values are striking and can move people regardless of any physical or realistic barrier.
 
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