An integrated world will not bar people from fulfilling their potential; it will not resurrect barriers between people, either. An integrated society accepts all people and their differences because it recognizes the value of differences, even ones that lead to mistakes.
An integrated society understands that suppressing the freedom to make mistakes and a lack of compassion toward them fuel the cycle of violence; whereas acceptance, compassion, and forgiveness fuel the cycle of love, the cornerstone of an integrated society. Love enables a society to be integrated. The process of integration is a process of learning to love, or learning to break the cycle of violence.
Forgiveness is an important tenet of an integrated society. You give lip service to it but don't truly practice it. If you did, there would be less violence and hatred. Instead, many follow the tenet of “an eye for and eye,” which fuels the cycle of violence. Ironically, this is a religious tenet. But like many religious beliefs, it is a distortion. It is not based on love, so it cannot be part of the Creator's teachings.
In an integrated society, justice is served but not at the expense of society. Society is not served by punishment based on retribution. Society is only served by justice, which teaches and heals the accused. Thus, an integrated society not only reforms its criminals, but forgives them and helps them reconnect with their spiritual self. It recognizes the spirit even within the most depraved. This ability to see the spirit in everyone draws it out and enables it to blossom, thus breaking the cycle of violence.
Acceptance is another tenet of an integrated society. Forgiveness and acceptance go hand in hand. Acceptance is extended to every member of society, and forgiveness is extended to those who make mistakes. They are two forms of the same thing: love. In an integrated society, all people and all differences are accepted and valued. Differences are understood to contribute to society's evolution and richness, to its ability to survive and thrive in an ever-changing world. Where there is acceptance even great suffering can be endured because acceptance extends not only to people but to life. People who accept other people also accept life and all that it entails.
Acceptance implies an acceptance even of evil. Evil still exists in an integrated society, but it is understood for what it is and is transformed through love, rather than combatted. Evil must exist in a society that operates through polarities, even in an integrated society. An integrated society has polarities, but they are balanced. For societies that do not operate through polarities, integration is not an issue, for there is nothing to integrate. But for Earth and for many other worlds, integration is a goal. Service-to-self planets are not devoid of the need to integrate, but they are focused on the negative pole. They represent one extreme, while the Pleiadians of the past, for instance, represent the other extreme, where the negative has been denied.
An integrated society also is integrated racially. Love, acceptance, and forgiveness make it possible to adjust to racial differences. This is what will make it possible for you to adjust to your racial differences and the different extraterrestrials who will share your planet. Without a rise in consciousness, this would be impossible. This is why it may be inconceivable to you now that people and extraterrestrials could coexist without problems. There will be problems similar to your current racial strife initially, but you will learn to live in peace.
The positives will teach you about peace, uplift your consciousness, and grant you many other favors. For these gifts, you will be willing to love and accept them. They will teach you how you and your neighbors, including neighboring countries, can benefit each other and live peaceably. They will appeal to your self-interest in teaching you about love. This will break the barriers between the people on Earth and pave the way for you to learn to love more unconditionally.
These barriers are not as difficult to break as you might think. Much of your pain and the violence and hatred it has produced is caused by ignorance. You have been blaming each other for your own ignorance, your own poor decisions. Once you learn to make better choices and organize your lives better, you will not find it so hard to get along with each other. When life stops going so badly, you will find it much easier to love one another. The positives will teach you what you need to overcome much of your self-induced pain.