'I' and 'U' are there but not 'V'.
'I' (me) and 'U' (you) may be there. But, 'V' (WE) should be the aim. Let us be a society irrespective of our differences. Accepting different opinions will help us. What do you say?
This statement is an indirect indication of the present attitude of the majority. 'I' stands for an individual, who thinks only for his own selfish interests. He is not at all worried about others. 'U' is just another person, 'you'. This person also is another selfish guy, not worried about others. If this attitude is existing throughout, we cannot expect a peaceful and cordial living atmosphere on this earth. Hence the solution is to to bring in 'V' (we). Never think that everything is for us. There are others too living here who are also equally rightful to live here.
Now though most of us behave and move as friends when it comes to personal matters selfishness automatically shows its face. Only external friendships are there. Exceptional cases may exist, no doubt. Major problems in the society is just because of this 'I' - 'U' attitude. If more people accept the 'V' attitude, the society will become more meaningful.