5 Answers

  1. Since you are a part of this world, even a small change in yourself in a positive way will make it a little better. And what is better than what is worse, I can't tell you, everything is too relative.

  2. Change the approaches to choosing the management elite (we need qualified ones, not active/aggressive ones).

    Raise the level of production relations to the level of production forces (200 years behind).

    And every little thing: -))))

  3. the world needs light, truth, unity, love-all this is achieved by cultivating life according to God's commandments, which are given to sanctify man, rid him of sins and vices, from selfishness and selfishness. Love and serve the truth and the Creator, do not betray, do not commit adultery, do not steal, do not lie, do not envy, do not covet others, do not kill, love your neighbor – so doing the world will be a bright place.

    Again Jesus spoke and said to them, ” I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life “(John 8: 12).

    21 Declare and speak, taking counsel with one another: who announced this from ancient times, said it in advance? Isn't it Me, Lord? And there is no other God besides Me; there is no righteous and saving God besides Me.

    22 Turn to me, and you will be saved, all the ends of the earth; for I am God, and there is no other.

    (Isaiah 45: 21,22)

  4. Start with yourself. And so that everyone starts with themselves, too. We need everyone to make their own contribution to the improvement of the world and help others to make the same contribution.
    You need to treat people the way you want them to treat you (well, this is a well-known platitude). And if you suddenly plan to have children, you need to take care of their upbringing not in the spirit of selfishness, but with an eye to helping others, etc.And sometimes you can take care of soul-saving conversations with those who trust you. A frank conversation at night over a glass of semi-dry wine can sometimes open your eyes to life. This, in fact, concerns tactics. But what changes are considered positive-it is better to decide for yourself, with an eye to generally accepted norms of morality.

  5. This has already been discussed many, many times, but, unfortunately, at least I do not see such a desirable progress by everyone and me, too. This is a rather deep question, in my opinion, not devoid of philosophical overtones. I will now touch on human relations, if I delve into the problems of ecology or politics, for example, I will write a book that is also of poor quality, and no one needs it.
    Many people say-be more tolerant, tolerant and neutral to others and there will be less evil in the world, it will be easier to live in the world. But, becoming such, we inevitably go to extremes that lead to evil, we do not know how to keep the golden mean, we contain good and evil, having invented them ourselves and not knowing how to keep a position between them, we do not manage to keep a balance (!) between the two sides.
    We will become more tolerant and suddenly it turns out that what was previously forbidden for logical reasons will become everyday life. And this will lead to further chaos. We will become more neutral and train ourselves to turn a blind eye to injustice and violence, breaking away from the rejection of cruelty and hatred, adhering to a policy of non-interference.
    But what if we are not neutral, tolerant, tolerant, what if someone starts expressing their opinion about the current problem, standing out from the crowd? Arguments, disagreements, aggression and irritation will start again. After all, how many people, so many opinions.
    At this point of reflection, I often want to give up and go with the flow, but I still think that if people learn one of the most important feelings inherent in us as social beings – common sense (and how many people lack it, this balance between “not enough” and “too much”), we will get off the ground. We must always be patient, careful, calm, and have initially positive intentions towards each other, understanding that we are always dealing with a living person who has his own principles and attitudes, who may disagree with our opinion and do it very sharply. But we must also learn to see the fine line between insult and adequate dissent. Even then, the ability to Speak, and not swear, will help to avoid excessive heat. You need to be able not to throw wood on the fire, but also not to let it go out. Then it will be easier for us to live with each other and understand that the bad is always cut down in the bud.
    These are my thoughts.

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