Utopia Neighbourhood: Describe. Either in a real world setting. Or in an alternate universe where
magic reigns. What could be its one challenging or negating dynamic?
Utopia would be in an alternative universe where no one had any knowledge of evil. This would mean that people were only capable of doing good because awareness of evil wouldn't exist.
In this place, there would be no scarcity and no want. Interpersonal relationships would be characterized by love, cooperation and harmony.
Everyone would be fully transparent, without shame or secrets, and all would be free to do as they please because what they please will always edify.
Of course, the challenge to constructing this utopia is that human beings would automatically be disqualified from entry.
Animals can eat each other and maim others without guilt, because there is no moral code beyond the pack. That isn't utopia.
That way? Still exists in humans. That side of animals exists in human form and travels in tight people mobs bonded by arrogant advantage of resources and people in position of influence. Such people kill you off by coldness humiliation & shame.
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