Most everyone wants to live in a better world. However, it can be difficult to decide where to begin and what to do to make things better for everyone. When discussing solutions that would make the biggest difference, the top 3 are clear in my mind.
#1 is the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The gospel of Christ is based on virtue which is based on the Golden Rule of "do unto others only what you would want others to do to you".
The reason virtue is important is that when people refuse to take advantage of one another; the virtuous society fosters unity, trust, voluntary cooperation. The degree of trust and voluntary cooperation in a society is called social capital.
#2 is developing an equitable free market economy that provides an equality of opportunity and not an equality of result.
#3 is developing energy technology that provides that individuals can be energy independent and not dependent on government and corporations to provide artificially limited resources.
One idea that has been proposed as a replacement for our current Private Central Bank petro-dollar fractional banking capitalist system is an interest-free system called the Mathematically Perfect Economy.
I hope that you can have an open mind and pick out the useful parts of MPE from the not useful parts. Let me summarize the problems with MPE:
MPE Assumption #1: People trade things that are of equal value. If they trade things that are not equal in value, then one of them is being cheated.
Ignores Marginal Utility: People come away from trades with something of greater value than what they brought to them and that their valuation of things depends on how many of those items they already own.
MPE Assumption #2 (based on #1): Borrowers are trading more money in the future for less money now. It follows from premise #1 that they are being cheated.
Ignores Time Preference of Money: money today is more valuable than money tomorrow.
MPE Assumption #3 (based on #2): Any monetary system subject to interest ultimately terminates itself under insoluble debt. It follows from premise #2 that, because the charging of interest is not currently prohibited, the world economy is destined to collapse.
Ignores Velocity of Money: Money in circulation is used over and over again before debts come due.
MPE Assumption #4 (based on #3): There is class conflict between laborers and usurers as they battle over the unearned gain (surplus value) that is the proletariats’ due. By an argument similar to dialectical materialism, as the world economy collapses (see premise #3), the implementation of Mathematically Perfected Economy™ is inevitable. Montagne writes:
Absolutely prohibiting the collection of interest is a type of Socialism that requires enforcement.
The bigger problem with MPE is that no one owns anything. And since the value of everything determines the money supply, what is to prevent the banks from regulating, dictating or punishing how you use or how much you use your car or house of whatever. Everything you have in MPE is on leased.
http://axiomaticeconomics.com/montagne.php (Victor J. Aguilar)