Can we create a “utopia-like” world?

Zsolt Hermann
1 min readMar 17, 2022

Question from the Internet:

“Is it possible to create a utopia-like country?”

I do not know what you mean by utopia. But we can create a “Nature-like” human society, where people learn and start to interconnect, cooperate like elements of Nature, or like the cells of our biological body interconnect and cooperate.

This means a society where everybody finds their most optimal, mutually responsible and mutually complementary role, purpose, while justly, proportionately receiving for it everything the person deserves and needs in order to maintain that perfect mutual contribution for the benefit, wellbeing of the whole.

Of course, this is not simple, since we have to achieve this optimal, “Nature-like” state above and against our inherently egocentric, subjective and individualistic nature that drives us towards excessive overconsumption and success at the expense of others.

But it is specifically this conscious, proactive, purposeful adaptation to Nature’s integral template, this conscious, methodical self-improvement, self-upgrade that will make us “truly Human: becoming similar to Nature above and against our instincts.

Then we can fulfil our unique, unparalleled role in the Natural system, becoming Nature’s only conscious, integrated but at the same time independent observers and partners.

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Zsolt Hermann

I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.