My utopia All united as one

The fact is, however, that amazing things are being created and for any utopian vision to happen, all it needs is to be something that is accessible to everyone and accomplishable with resources available to average people. A viable society or civilization such as this should address human needs from a perspective of fulfilled living as well as sustainable food, energy, and construction practices to combine internal/emotional needs with external/survival needs and provide sustainability for the complete human experience structured for The Highest Good of All.


Obviously a Utopia has an abundance of delicious and nutritious food nutrients. Our foods consist of dairy, fruits, vegetables, grain and lean meats. A food group is a collection of foods that share similar nutritional properties or biological classifications. Nutrition guides typically divide foods into food groups and recommend daily servings of each group for a healthy diet. The food is distributed fairly, and all meals are shared with the citizens.


In my utopia we have overwater bungalows for our shelter. Overwater bungalows are, as the name implies, standalone bungalows positioned over the water. Usually, over-water bungalows are located close to shore, allowing for easy access to the main resort building, its beaches and amenities. The bungalows are linked to the mainland via long plank walkways. The bungalows themselves are hoisted above the water on sturdy pillars and sit on large platforms. Households live communally, giving to and taking from large warehouses that hold everything they need.


This utopia has an enchantment from the neon-lit turquoise lagoon waters with unending days of exploration through snorkeling and diving. Excitement above the lagoon by outrigger canoe, Boston Whaler, wave runner, jet ski, and dramatic sunset cruises aboard a catamaran sailboat.


In my utopia the temperatures are 26°C and above, all year round. The climate is warm and pleasant for most of the year. Although this is the tropics, the heat is not extreme. Look for dresses that are A-line cut, with a loose fit on your arms, chest and waist. Choose tops that are cropped so they do not hug your stomach or torso. Go for skirts and shorts that have a loose fit around your waist and legs. Look for shorts or skirts in breathable fabrics and cuts that do not constrain your legs. You should also look for tops that have short sleeves or that are sleeveless. Brimmed hats are great for staying cool in hot weather, as they protect your face from the sun and keep your body cool in the heat. Look for shoes with comfortable soles made of breathable materials.

By: Haley Martin

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