This is a position paper. It discusses what World we should establish after the World 1.0, which is an industrialized Society since the Industrial Revolution. The industrial Revolution brought us division of labor and we began to work for others. i.e., we started to work for external rewards. Although it satisfied our material needs, it is getting close to the ceiling, and many issues are emerging. One, typical in Japan, is decreasing workforce due to decreasing childbirth and aging society. Therefore, time is pressing for us to consider how we shift to the World 2.0. This paper discusses what world it would be best for World 2.0. The author insists that we have been focusing too much on material needs and on products. Therefore, it is time for us to turn our eyes and focus more on human needs. We should try to satisfy our psychological satisfaction and feeling of achievement. In short, we have been focusing too much on technological advancement, but we should focus our attention more on humans. To achieve this, it is emphasized that we should have a broader perspective to find our what we can do, with what we have, where we are. We should explore and expand the new horizon. Several illustrative examples are shown to demonstrate his argument.