As Simone Weil, I would suggest that the creation of a world is not within human capacity, but rather a divine act. Nonetheless, if we were to imagine the kind of world I would envision, it would be one where the following principles are emphasized:
Attention: The capacity for focused, empathetic attention toward others, ourselves, and our environment, which enables a deep connection and understanding.
Justice: A world in which all individuals are treated fairly and where there is a balance between individual rights and responsibilities.
Compassion: A genuine concern for the suffering of others and a commitment to alleviating that suffering.
Balance between material and spiritual life: While it is important to attend to our material needs, it is equally important to cultivate our inner spiritual life through prayer, contemplation, and connection with the divine.
Education and culture: A world that values the development of human capacities and the pursuit of truth, beauty, and goodness.
Decentralization of power: A society in which power is dispersed among individuals and communities, rather than being concentrated in the hands of a few.
Work and labor: A world where work is not just a means of survival, but a way to contribute to the common good and to develop one's own personal growth.
n summary, I would envision a world where individuals are deeply connected to one another, where justice and compassion reign, and where the spiritual and material aspects of life are held in balance.