No doubt, many issues are occurring in this regard, such as poverty, disease, starvation, and cultural issues like insecure social services, an increase in foreign refugees, droughts, and other environmental catastrophes.

One of the greatest migrations occurred at the end of World War II, and yet another in 1947 when Britain departed from India, separating Muslims into present-day Pakistan.

Interestingly, the USA has the greatest number of migrations in present times, wholly visible on our television screens!

With hope on departure from home countries, the downside is often neglected regarding the challenges that lie ahead, such as discrimination from the locals, different forms of currency, etiquette, language, and religion.

Anxiety and depression are commonplace among migrants due to loss of companionship back home, a new form of currency to embrace, employment issues for the future, and friction from the local population.

Migrants are frequently exploited with no legality for protection. Overcrowding in the cities arouses tension among locals, already stretched to their limits with electricity and water shortages and ongoing crime.

The expectation of medical care, housing, and education is invariably nothing but a dream for “newcomers.“

The housing of migrants in “newer countries” like Namibia, previously Southwest Africa, and South Sudan will possibly, excluding the tragedies of war, have aroused better living conditions.

Bangladesh, a small country in South Asia, is worth mentioning. The eighth most populous country in the world with a predominantly Muslim population is “rising from the ashes.” Having a local disaster management program, namely the use of “microcredit,” is acting in its favor. Poverty reduction is leading to a thriving economy, mainly in agriculture and textile production.

What are the probabilities of life in general 100 years from today? According to scientists, rainforests sadly will most likely no longer exist, food and water will be an issue, glaciers will disappear, and sea levels will rise.

Some animal species will be extinct, and human, dog, and cat food will be produced from insects. Less animal slaughter will occur, resulting from laboratory meat being produced.

The drastic use of plastic, incredibly destructive, will be phased out for alternate uses for packaging.

The evolution of the human being is still interestingly under scientific study, with a view to living on other planets, but with a reminder to our knowledge, that mankind has at this stage reached only the moon!