Borders and walls are just egotistical men’s attempts to further the dualism illusion that we are separate from one another. It begins with the idea that there is a God who is good, and humans are evil, then that there are clergy who are right, and laity who are wrong, then proceeds on to nationalism and arrogant pride, where one faction of people preposterously believes they own a portion of the earth, and can determine who else is worthy to share in that land.
Believe it or not, police are just agents of that system, meant to turn all men against one another. The places in the world with the fewest police also have the least crime. I actually have some police officers who are some of my favorite people, yet in a free world, there are no borders, and no police. Only prisons and plantations require either, and that is exactly what our planet has become. Someone has to be responsible for keeping the inmates and slaves in line. By “in line”, I mean separated from their own inherent divinity, and subjected to the tyrannical illusions of religion and government.
In a mature world, love is the only rule. It is also the only debt. Everything is actually in abundance where love is, but the illusion of scarcity, further perpetuated by the fallacy of duality has made men enemies of one another. This is the catalyst for boundaries and laws, as the liberty naturally present in our autonomous divinity is veiled under the guise of egoism and pride. Even cultural and national pride are but byproducts of the institutionalization of the earth dimension.
Now, everyone is trying to attach to certain constructs, akin to street gangs, for the purpose of survival. However, when you understand that you are eternal, survival instincts vanish. You are able to fully love yourself without fear of judgment or condemnation, and love all others in that same manner. Take away the government, and the false idea that they are necessary and fit to rule over everyone else, and you find the freedom to enjoy the infinite lushness of our Universe, without concern that someone is taking something away from you that you have a right to; and no one is better at that than religions and governments.