If utopia is a place that does not exist, then surely (as Lao Tzu would say) the way to get there is by the way that is not a way.

And in the same vein, the nature of the utopia I am trying to describe is such that if it is to come, it must exist already.

Le Guin, √örsula K. "A Non-Euclidean View of California as a Cold Place to Be" in Dancing at the Edge of the World. Thoughts on Words, Women, Places. Gollancz, 1989