Other material possessions are earned through a merit system.
I’m not saying I’d be living in a cube or anything like that.
Of course the water would be always deep blue, the weather would be not too hot but occasionally cool, the skies would always have puffy clouds and bright blue skies, and the stars would shine the most brightest at night.
My utopia does not exist in a perfect world; the reason for this is that I believe there is no such thing as a perfect world.
There are balanced worlds, and worlds that exist in harmony, but never a perfect world.
In the general scope of things, it is more than likely impossible- simply a figment of our imagination.
Perfection is too far-fetched a goal for humanity, simply due to the variance in personalities of our species.
Direct conflicts of someone’s definition of perfection are not the only reasons society could never achieve a Utopian status.
Every single person has a different personality, and humans are naturally inclined to ostracize people with different opinions (Through the Wormhole).
What may be perfect to one person may not be perfect to another, and differences in our opinions will always cause conflicts among one another.
The word “perfection” does not have a set-in-stone list of requirements, due to the fact that its definition is subjective and rooted in opinion.