How would life be without rules

A world without a law

A world without laws and rules

Let's start with the assumption that the world we live in today works or should work without rules. It's like a new decision: from tomorrow without rules. Nothing is fixed and there are no penalties for anything that might normally have been considered a crime. Everything is legitimate. Nobody is allowed to know what the word "regulation" actually means. How would people live if nothing was forbidden and nothing prescribed for them? Let's start with teenagers. Harmless. Nobody forced her to go to school; they could do whatever they want all day long. Perhaps there would be no schools at all, after all, after all, nobody would be attending classes anyway. Besides, hardly anyone would want to work. Everyone would choose according to their own mood what to do during the day with the free time that is available to them. Who would go to work anyway? Certainly you could bring yourself to do something useful every now and then, but often everyone would do what they like and not what they should do. Or not?
I think everyone would get bored at some point if they didn't have something to add a certain routine to their daily routine. It is in the nature of human beings that you need something to orient yourself by and to stick to.
So we find that after a certain time and at some point there is a lack of goods due to a lack of productions, work and going to school would normalize to some extent and therefore there would not have to be such problems, but it is not only determined by laws, that we have to appear in class or at work. Road traffic is also regulated by rules. But now there are no right of way rules, no red traffic lights, no left and no right side of the road to drive on. Everyone does what they like and there would be countless accidents or a complete refusal to use the car, bicycle or public roads in general. It would be far too dangerous to get into a vehicle, as completely avoiding the public would prevent us from doing anything if we can't just stay indoors. The solution is extreme caution and the use of narrow streets and trails. But now someone lives in a village. Maybe he could take the train? But there is also no regulation here as to when the trains can go where in order not to collide with others. The transport system would therefore be non-existent and many would have a problem getting from place to place safely. However, this is only one of the lesser evils.
The next problem would be the prices of products. Let us assume that everyone finds another way of dealing with their time and only very few would pursue their profession if they had learned one after they had not had to go to school. There would perhaps be a few bakers, a few electricians, one or the other teacher, and a few people who would make clothes. Only a few of each category. The baker could then of course sell his bread at any conceivable price, because a) there is no regulation as to how high the bread price may be and because b) there is so little bread that everyone depends on him selling them the little dough . Not everyone knows how to bake bread and the baker, because he is only human, wants to make a lot of profit of course if he has already taken the trouble to bake something. Telephone calls, internet and electricity would also be extremely expensive, because the more effort, the more expensive and the fewer workers, the more work. Everything would collapse and probably at some point people will live again like in the Stone Age - which would be beneficial for the environment, however - because nobody can afford to buy anything anymore. However, one could also forge money, but this would no longer be of any value because it would lead to inflation quite quickly, which would collapse everything. Nothing would work anymore. Nobody can buy and with that nobody can sell anything.
It would be possible to write forever about the problems we would face, but the most important and the worst: What happens when there is no longer any border between anger and killing? Punishment discourages rash behavior, but if there are no punishments, what else can keep someone from killing those who worry them or who they just don't like? If no one is punished who takes other people's lives, what kind of world would we live in? Every day you have to go out of the house and fear for your life, because only a small argument could lead to your own death. Without borders, inhibitions also decrease and the threshold that has to be crossed gradually disappears. People who kill other people because it suits them cannot live together and if you cannot exist together, sooner or later you will die out.
So it can be clearly seen that the world would be a place of much more fear, fear and horror if humanity had to live without laws. Nothing could be built anymore because everything would always fail because nothing can be fixed with rules. A world without laws to which everyone has to comply cannot endure and sooner or later it would come to the point in every society that develops on earth that guidelines are created that should help people to live together be. Otherwise it is not possible for people to exist and survive together, what nature allows us to do. However, we can see from the current situation in the world that even with laws it is impossible for humanity to function as a unit. There is so much that needs to be improved and changed, but with no rules, the world will only be inhabited by trembling, fearful people who hope not to be killed and kill themselves to survive thinking they are theirs Environment would make it safe. A vicious cycle of killing, being killed, and trembling with fear. Slowly and gradually, humanity would perish.
However, if it doesn't really work with or without rules, how can people ever live well together? Of course, it's better with laws, but it's also far from perfect. The solution will never be shown in a few sentences and maybe it will never show us, but no order, will never help us and a life without it is not possible. Rules are an integral and indispensable part of our society. No matter in what way.