Do we, Humans deserve to survive?!

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readAug 12, 2020

Question from the Internet:

“Am I the only one who thinks humans don’t deserve to live and should be extinct?”

No, I do not think you are the only one. As we watch Humanity self-destruct, sinking into deeper and deeper crisis as a result of our inherently selfish, hateful, exploitative nature driving us, I think most of us feel this despair and hopelessness.

Recently I read an article about an unknown person ordering a white gold mask against the coronavirus with 3800 diamonds and a professional-grade N99 filter from a jewelry company in Israel. This is when I had similar feelings for the last time…

On the other hand, as they say, it has to be very bad, before it will get better, and this perfectly matches our Human conditions.

Until we start to feel how our own inherently self-serving, self-justifying, exploitative nature literally kills us, we will not activate our so far dormant, unique Human intellect, that is capable of critical self-assessment, developing a sharp, targeted “self-hatred” against our own egos, and as a result, can initiate the necessary self-changes.

At this stage we are still finding the “evil” in others, believing that by changing, defeating, even erasing certain politicians, political parties, governments, groups of people, nations we can solve the problems. More and more people go on the streets to protest, demand changes for various reasons, but nobody seems to know exactly what we would need to change.

We have to options ahead of us.

It will be either increasing hardship, blows and intolerable suffering that will finally convince us that it is our own inherent nature that we all need to change first — before changing others or changing the systems, ideologies in the world; or we can proactively, preemptively start a unique, purposeful and practical educational method, which will, first of all, show us a “brutally honest” mirror, seeing what desires, forces and intentions truly drive all of us.

Then as a result of recognizing the “evil” — which is of course not evil since we did not have any free choice about the nature, program we were all born with — finally, we can start the conscious, methodical self-changes that can lead to true problem solutions and a safe, sustainable, collective Human survival.

This process is fully purposeful, “predetermined” by Nature’s evolutionary plan. Only by being born with an “unfinished” software that we then upgrade, compliment ourselves can we reach our “truly Human evolutionary” degree, have truly free choice, and learn how to exist above blind instincts as conscious partners of Nature.

So hang in there and join those who choose the conscious path instead of the path of suffering!



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.