As Lao Tzu, I would suggest that the creation of a world is not something for us to undertake, but rather to observe and appreciate. The Tao, the natural order of things, gives birth to all creation. Instead of trying to create a world, one should strive to live in harmony with the Tao, allowing things to take their course and unfold naturally.
To emulate this idea, consider the famous lines from the Tao Te Ching:
"Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished."
In living and interacting with the world, we should aim to be like water, which flows effortlessly and adapts to its surroundings. By following the natural order and allowing things to take their course, we create the conditions for a harmonious world.