Utopia was a term that was introduced to me back in high school. I can’t remember now what it was that we were studying, but the idea of utopia was suggested, in which a place or situation is perfect.

Lately I have been wondering what my utopia would be? I’m sure if you asked a number of people everyone’s idea on the ideal world would be considerably different. Now please don’t get me wrong, I am not as naive as I use to be, and I am well aware that this world is far from perfect. However, there is nothing wrong with a little imagination or daydreaming of perfection!

What does my utopia look like?

The earth is clean – fresh air, free from pollution, the purest of water, fresh produce that hasn’t been exposed to harmful chemicals.

Animals roam freely, where human’s don’t disturb or destroy their natural habits. No creature great or small is in danger of extinction.

Human’s are just good, decent beings. The type that care and look out for one another. That have each other’s best interests at heart and are not motivated by personal gain.

That the earth was free from illness, and natural disasters.

That truffula trees actually existed., and Brown Bar-Ba Loots in Bar-Ba Loo Suits (thank-you Dr. Seuss).

All food and beverages were actually healthy for us.

Every Friday and Saturday evening were used for wining and dining, and rock and roll style/folk dancing was to be had within the local community. Everyone ate, drank and were merry. Everyone was happy.

Ahhh life could be a dream – shaboom shaboom.

Oh, and of course! Every day was filled with sunshine, lollypops and rainbows!

❤ Melissa

Author: mabarberlissa

Hi and welcome to my blog! The aim of my blog is to share some of my experiences, my thoughts and feelings about mindfulness, while providing strategies on what gets me by in this ever changing, ever moving world! I hope that my readers gain something out of the entries as well.

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