Today, we find nearly every corner of the world has a terror level, be it small or large. This has manifested itself in the west even, and, there have been horrible encounters with terrorists from bombers to shooters. The cause of terrorism, as I see it, is wanting to rise above, or, feel powerful over someone else's life. These fantasies come from exposure to media or too much time day dreaming - the films made by people delving deep into their dark fantasies and philosophy about what it means to be deranged and at large leads to people having similar thoughts when they are alone. Naturally the solution should be more socializing and togetherness, so these thoughts are dissuaded from occurring, yes? That would be obvious so far. In a perfect world, where terror does not occur, we could look at some places that will remain unaffected and ask why it is so there? Tibet would be such a place, yes? I cannot see any terror going on in Tibet, as, there is no dark desire there, there is so little and everyone is thankful for it, of course. So, how do we take Tibet out of the loop, no crime, no terror, no sorrow, and copy it over the whole world? There would be a need for the people to want this, this desire to be thankful - even the depressed need only be thankful and then they will realize that life is about comfort, and, how much comfort you can afford yourself in the end, be it sex, family love, highs from drunkard activities and of course a nice diet? I am sure, having all of these things, there is room to indulge? Let's face it, in the west most bombings and shootings come from people with a bent on complaining. These people need to be sorted out, as they will make others complain, and, one of them, one of them, might do something about it! This could be helped along by having weeks and festivals of denial where there is awareness of going without, yes? This would make it more apparent how lucky those are that realize it, and, even those that say they are not interested might at least have time to pity others, of course.