If the world had only 100 people it would be easier to understand. A round number always helps. I could invite everyone to a party Chez moi!
This is the guest list!
Half of the 100 guests are men and half are women. Fair and perfect! If we do not ruin anything the future is assured. There is a lot of love to happen.
Airlines would benefit greatly. More than half  live in Asia. From South America there would be 9, I think I know almost everyone, from the land of Uncle Sam and Canada 4, from Africa 14 and drivers only 11 Europeans. The East has much advantage. Is the world going to be all Chinese?
I sent 75 invitations per mobile phone, but as only 30 had internet, it was SMS for some and whatsapp for others. To the remaining 25 I sent a letter. I hope it arrives in time; and that they know how to read it.
Our guests are so different. But above all they live very unequal lives. The world is not good for everyone.
As in the genre, they also split in the middle in the place where they chose, or have, to live. 51 in cities and 49 in the countryside; and also half the money they have to spend. 49 have less than two dollars a day. 1.77 euros, less than 8 reais. Still, 21 are fat, 15 eat less than they need to and one is hungry. I’ll arrange the dinner menu to answer that.
So much difference is easier to understand if we know how each child’s childhood was. Although 83 can read and write, 17 would not know the address here.
Only 7 finished university, but not everyone would know how to talk to each other. The biggest difference in our guests is the language. Check this out: 12 speak Chinese, 5 Spanish and 5 others English. There are 4 groups of 3. The speakers of Portuguese, Arabic, Hindi and Bengali. Two speak Russian another two Japanese. And the other sixty-three speak their own mother languages! Babel!
To make the menu and compose the tables I took religion into account. There are 33 Christians who eat everything, 22 Muslims who do not drink alcohol or eat pork, 14 Hindus who do not eat cows, 7 Buddhists who are vegetarians and 12 who have no religion at all.
In the end, when I thanked them for coming and wished for a good return home 23 didn’t want to left because they do not have a house to go.