Cancer cells turning into healthy cells — the method of Human survival

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readNov 5, 2021

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Question from the Internet:

“What actions can we change to make the world better?”

Imagine the billions of egocentric, subjective, proudly individualistic people in the world — each instinctively thinking about, making calculations for themselves incessantly — as individual cells of the same, living organism.

And also imagine, moreover accept, that this is not some kind of mysticism, philosophy, dream, or illusion, but this is how Nature views us, this is how Nature’s laws and evolution’s relentless plan expects us to behave and exist.

We can also see how many problems, destructions we all cause — knowingly or unknowingly — by constantly working only for ourselves while succeeding, surviving at each other’s expense.

Cancer behaves this way, and we know what cancer leads to.

Now our instinctive nature we are born with is not our responsibility, we did not install this nature in ourselves, we are not guilty. But we are responsible to recognize what happens if we continue to blindly follow our inherent nature. We have a unique human intellect, capable of critical self-assessment.

Moreover, with this human intellect we are also capable of initiating a fundamental self-change, self-upgrade by harnessing Nature’s purposeful, deterministic forces — always facilitating integration, maintaining balance and homeostasis without which life is impossible.

Thus from this, it becomes clear that the only actions that can change the world for the better are actions through which we interconnect, start cooperating like healthy cells of the same living organism, above and against our inherent, cancer-like nature.

And while other parts, elements of Nature integrate and coexist instinctively, automatically, we will achieve this consciously, purposefully, willingly in contrast to what we were born into. And this conscious development and integration with each other and Nature will give us our human advantage.

By that, we will become Nature’s only integrated, at the same time independent and objective 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.