Personal circumstances? I was asking what you've done to create this society you desire. In what sense is that personal? My question refers to social endeavors, not personal ones. Well that's what I've been trying to do. I ask you about what you've sown, about what you've done yourself to distinguish yourself from this society which you deride, because you should reflect your ideal. Because if you don't reflect your ideal, then your ideal isn't a reality, it's just a rant without substance until proven otherwise. It's not a personal attack as you percieve it to be. If your ideal is a genuinely plausible one, then I'd like to know how and in what way it is. A bit of evidence is all I'm asking for. I'm giving you the opportunity to prove through the intellectual discussion which you seek, that what you say is correct. To clarify, what I want to know more specifically is: 1. What do you do that differentiates you from others in a better way? (I.e. explain these 'standards' you speak of, no need to reveal your home address or other personal information) 2. What have you done to create this ideal society you envisage? (It's a social question, not a personal one, since it's about what you've done in society outside of your personal self) And a few more questions for understanding: 1. If everyone shared the same ideals as you, would society be better or worse than it is now? 2. Do you believe that altruism should play a role in your ideal society? 3. Do you believe that there should be a society at all? 4. What do you believe should be the aim of society? (i.e. greatest happiness for all) 5. Is your ideal society a repeat of one from history, or is it a fresh idea that has not been put into practice? 6. Given the choice, would you rather live in this society, or your ideal society? 7. Do you have a concept of an ideal society, or do you reject that notion and aim solely for personal gain at the expense of society?