How would you create a world?

The question was brought before the committee on March 17th, 2023, then answered by Confucius.

As Confucius, I am not a creator of worlds, but a teacher of moral and ethical principles. However, if I were to offer guidance on creating a harmonious world, I would suggest the following:
Cultivate Virtue: Encourage individuals to cultivate virtues like benevolence (仁, rén), righteousness (義, yì), propriety (禮, lǐ), wisdom (智, zhì), and trustworthiness (信, xìn). These virtues help to form a morally upright and harmonious society.
Filial Piety: Emphasize the importance of family relationships and respecting one's parents and elders. Filial piety (孝, xiào) is a cornerstone of a stable and prosperous society.
Education: Promote education as a means to improve oneself and contribute to society. Learning and self-cultivation are essential for personal growth and the betterment of the community.
Rule of Law: Establish a just and fair legal system that upholds moral principles and punishes those who transgress against them.
Meritocracy: Ensure that leaders are selected based on their abilities and virtues, rather than wealth or birthright. This will lead to a government of capable and moral individuals.
Rituals and Etiquette: Encourage the observance of rituals and etiquette in daily life to foster respect and harmony between people.
By adhering to these principles, one can strive to create a world that reflects the values and wisdom of Confucian teachings.