As Marxists, we are not utopians so we don't make blueprints for future society, but I see no reason why we shouldn't try to imagine what Communist society might be like, in fact, I think if we tried to do this more I think there would be a lot more people who recognised Communism as a state of affairs worth fighting for. I think it'd be a nice creative thought experiment to hear what everyone thinks a day in Communist society might be like. Here's my contribution:
Rolling out of bed at 11AM (Not that anyone would really be looking at clocks), and heading down to the communal kitchen for some orange juice and toast. Having breakfast with your neighbours and being able to look them in the eye as friends and equals, instead of regarding them with suspicion or worrying about invading their hallowed 'privacy'. After breakfast, you pop over to the local soviet to see what work needs to be done, the place is bustling, people are running to and fro, and the hall is filled with loud and passionate conversations and even arguments about what work needs to be done. Eventually you team up with some garderners and go and plant some nice flowers. Two or three hours later you decide youve had enough and go and have some dinner with friends and drink just a little too much wine, but it's good stuff, having been prepared by people for whom it is their passion rather than their profession. Afterwards you all go down to the park and play a game of football with 40 others, children, grown men, women, people just having fun with no-one keeping score. To the children all this is normal, but to those who remember Capitalist society it is moving to see all these different people playing together as equals, the idea of adults at play no longer seems absurd. Evening comes, and you head over to the street party round the corner, everyone is dancing and live music is being played by ordinary people rather than out of a CD player, some of the musicians are god-awful, but nobody minds! Eventually you get tired and retire to a house nearby that you've never been to before and this doesn't seem strange. There is but one problem which refuses to go away though- English weather!