Monday, March 18, 2013

Incentives to Unity

The world is vast. Despite its vastness, it is quite divisible. It is not only divisible not only along the physical lines. The world is based on qualia and these are divisible as well. The divisibility of the world is quite startling. It is terrifying to say the least. The divisibility is, however, not inherent to the land. Rather, it is the people who can be divided. The unity among the people may be bred but that is not durable. The most durable form of unity is observed through controlled provision of incentives. In order to ensure that humanity is able to achieve its potential, governments must work towards promoting sustained unity among the people.

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