yes, we call that ‘heaven’. We could have heaven on earth if everyone could follow Jesus Christ perfectly, but we are not perfect.
resources are fine but knowing what causes a problem is how you make a plan to solve it.
homelessness is far more complicated then just needing a roof over your head. Homelessness encompasses addiction and mental illness. You can’t force someone to stop using and you can’t force someone to take meds for mental illness.
You might look into what happened when San Francisco decided to move the homeless into hotels during the corona pandemic. Sounds like a perfect solution, doesn’t it? Hotels are empty, homeless need a place to stay! It didn’t go well.
small business is the life blood of the economy. They are the biggest employers in the world. Keeping people working stabilizes society.
You won’t solve famine as long as some people use food to stay in power. Dictators starve their people so they can keep control of them. You can have all the food in the world ready to be passed out but people will still starve to death if the local government prevents people from getting it. The world currently produces plenty of food to end famine. It’s not a transportation issue.
Drought is also complicated. You have to look at the root cause and not all root causes are the same. Are people living in the wrong place? Is the climate changing? If we move the people where do we put them? Did they exhaust their natural resources? Is this just a rare weather anomaly?
You see how complicated it really is.
Desalination is very, very expensive. But nuclear energy would help to make it less expensive. You do support nuclear energy use, right?
a word to the wise, knowledge doesn’t make you mistake free. We are trapped by our fallen human nature. For every villain there is a saint. While you dwell on the problems of the world, reflect on the blessings of the world.
Advances in agriculture, treatment of disease, the spread of literacy… focus on YOU doing your best to improve the world. We can only fix it one person at a time. Deep faith in Jesus Christ is what keeps us going.