As shows on My Page here on mepeace.org, I have a central blog I have called cityofenoch.blogspot. On that blog I created a glossary of words that I use often when I express myself (online and elsewhere). I think not everyone understands these words the same way I do.
I thought it would be of interest to some here what my definition of "world" is (and that I have already put in my glossary on the cityofenoch blog). We use the word "world" commonly -- for example, "world peace".
A world is a system.
The world is the system of how all the living souls relate to one another in terms of agency (i.e. use of the resources of time and space, among other things).
The world system is always changing -- maybe a little, maybe a lot. Worlds have to be created -- they don't just come into existence. Worlds are created from the interactions of the past and present beliefs and actions (both are choices) of all of the individual souls that make up the world.
Worlds can be full of darkness. Worlds can be full of light. You and I are in a world that is in the struggle between the darkness and the light.
Although the world is the system of everyone here, we can also speak of subset systems as worlds or a world also. For example, your business or workplace is a world; your home is a world.
Even more importantly, each soul that is here -- that's you and me -- is here to create a world, their world. You create your world by your beliefs and your radiation and influence. It's impossible not to create a world; it's impossible not to have influence. You can't not participate. You are participating. It's only a question of how and what. You can see that if we are each creating our world that everyone's world overlaps and enmeshes (and the entire world arises).
What does your world look like? What is it like for you and others to live in your world? What is it like for others to live within your influence?