If the world was perfect:
Everyone would look like gods and goddesses, yet they'd still find ways to complain about being ugly, about who's more perfect, how to become even more perfect then they already are.
There would be no stress, no worrying, no cancer, no wars. Everyone would believe in the same things and get along well.
If there was no war, that'd be great.
If there was no stress or worrying, that wouldn't be as great.
What is life without problems? There'd be no meaning to life if everything was the same, if everything was perfect.
Inspired by this question, here, everyone tends to see the perfect world as one being carefree, no stress or worries, full of fun and excitement. Here's a snippet of my opinion on there:
"I'd rather have a life full of stress and pain because it helps develop me as a person. To me, if there's no meaning in life then what's the point? What do I do, just kinda go about my day, doing nothing significant except for playing all day?
Sure, "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy", but all play and no work is not a way to live in my opinion. I am all about making a name for myself, I'm not going to amount to anything in my life if all I do is fuck around and never try for anything.
A life with no meaning is... literally and figuratively meaningless."
Now, everyone wishes for a perfect world, and of course perfection is in perception, so what would truly be a perfect world?
My perfect world for example is one where life is as usual, but there is no war, no terrorists (of any kind), there's peace between every religion, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, music taste whatever. Everyone respects everyone, even if they disagree or don't understand.
But to someone else, their perfect world would be where everyone likes pop music, everyone goes with the flow, everyone smokes pot, and everyone is agnostic. That would be terrible in my opinion.
I want everyone to get along, I want everyone to believe what they believe and mind their own damn business. I want everyone to be kind and respectful. I want everyone to be their own damn person. But this isn't a perfect world, now is it?