Again, your essay is beautifully written, but I think the world you speak of is immpractical Well Aabis, I haven't enjoyed some of the borders that I've crossed, but there's too much against the utopia you long for. Within races there is tribalism and distrust among the tribes. Think, if there is no boundaries, there are no countries, no cities. In the state of the world right now, borders are necessary because they separate countries who would not be compatible with each other.
I very much like how you illustrate the wondrous nourishing bounty of fabulous nature.
Nature does offer an infinity of ecstasy to all of us.
Your essay is beautifully written, but it is unpractical because of the fact that there are many cultures in this world, all with different goals for themselves and humanity, and often come into conflict with each other.
A world where there is no borders and there is no war on it. The world which you illustrate is a utopia that is surely unattainable.
One of the most valuable natural resources is plants. The earth is fortunate to have plants and in abundant number. They take in the carbon dioxide which we breathe out and convert it into oxygen and breathe it out.
There would be no human population on the planet if it not were for plants. People use indoor plants so as to keep the air purified and fresh. Starting from the grains found in the cereals to orange juice, we intake plants. Plants exist in plentiful number on the earth, with about 300,000 species.
Drag a new line until the bottom of the sea from the top of the mountains. We have to make a world for everyone and everyone is for the whole world.
And bind the people around the world with such thread of love that no one break it.
Household energy in the form of charcoal and wood are provided by the plants.
Hundreds and thousands of people would perish without the availability of this fuel source.