There are a number of ways in which that question can be approached.
A first cut at it would be to say that we want a world that works rather than a world that does not.
When something doesn’t work, we say we have a “problem.” And we “fix it.” Hunger is life not working out for the hungry. Homelessness is life not working out for the homeless. Disease is life not working out for the sick.
Racial prejudice is life not working out for those discriminated against. Gender inequality is life not working out for those unfairly dealt with. War is life not working out for anyone affected by it.
A second cut would be to say that we want a world that runs on love, harmony and peace rather than one that runs on hatred, competition, and conflict.
The Darwinian context for life was never true and never workable. Life was never supposed to run on the basis of the weak going to the wall. If the purpose of life is to discover our true identity as God (or, if you prefer, God-sparks), that true nature is compassionate, not predatory.
Social Darwinism was predicated as a means of justifying an elitist and imperialist social order by looking to “natural law.” But the “natural laws” that the Darwinists found were spurious and don’t exist in nature.
The natural laws that do exist serve as bumper guards preventing us from going too far away from the divine. If we go too far in one direction, the law of karma brings us back.
There is no natural law that promotes, rewards, or validates our preying on each other or making war upon each other.
Nature isn’t red in tooth and claw. We’re finding out that much of that redness is there because of the climate created by man’s inhumanity … well, mostly to women and children.
And a third cut would be to say that we want an ascent, a return to the higher-dimensional Garden of Eden, in which all align with and agree on the importance of the divine qualities and the natural law.
In the face of the Mother’s Tsunami of Love, which comes directly from the One, through the central Sun, to our Sun and to us, our awareness is said to be blossoming; our senses are opening up; and our intelligence is growing.
Our vibrations are rising and our light bodies are awakening. We can only speak metaphorically about what that results in in dimensionality.
We say we “leave behind” the old Third and Fourth and “go to” the Fifth. Well, partly but not entirely. We say we “raise our vibrations.” Again a stab at what goes on beyond language, beyond the reach of words.
However it occurs, we “enter” a region that’s only visible to and habitable by those whose beings resonate with its own vibration. Our vibrations are collectively being raised to the Fifth and for some to the Sixth, Seventh and higher.
In these “regions,” disease cannot exist; hunger neither; homelessness and all other circumstances of poverty have no meaning there. Once deeply inside the Fifth (not at our mere entrance), we create what we need and need itself disappears.
This is the context for the World Game: creating a world that works. Now you must supply the content.
Just as I said some time ago that lightworkers in approaching making their cities and regions work might organize themselves into a hub and its feeder/outreach teams, (1) so here we have an overarching set of principles (the context) and it’s up to the outreach teams to supply the goods and services that fulfill the context (the content).
(1) “Lightworker Collaboration in the Game of Workability” at http://goldenageofgaia.com/building-nova-earth-toward-a-world-that-works-for-everyone/nova-earth-society/lightworker-collaboration-in-the-game-of-workability/