Would the world's problems be solved if everyone minded their own business?
I would very much like to think this true. But after 17 years on world travel with the World bank....NO, no way.
That is if you are talking here about an actual countries problems, and not just the negitive banter back and forth about those problems.
If you mean that, then yes it would quiet it some, but not all the way.
But the problem would still be there for that country. Sometimes you have to speak up and expose stuff, not always, but some times, yes.
That depends on what exactly you mean?
If you're talking about rights of people versus others minding their business, then I would say yes- possibly 90% of the problems would disappear.
However, the path to do so is through knowledge and wisdom of life, which is to be learned by all.
A specific way of thinking needs to be applied by everyone, otherwise, peace will be fought tooth and nail by those who choose to be ignorant or want control.
Absolutely. But the minding of one's own business would need to be absolute right down to every man, woman and child for it to work.
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