Everything will change now!

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readJun 23, 2020

Everything will change after COVID-19, as everything will have to change.

Our artificial and inhumane Human system — based on insatiable, excessive overproduction, overconsumption, ruthless and exclusive competition, success and survival at each other’s expense — was already terminally ill, on “life-support” before the pandemic.

COVID-19 pulled the plug, saving us a few more years or possibly even decades of agonizing decline, violent and destructive last attempts to salvage the unsalvageable.

The uniqueness of the pandemic is that the whole of Humanity was pushed into a corner by a “non-Human” enemy. This is a symbol that we are not at war with each other. With our unnatural system, we are at war with Nature, we are incompatible with Nature’s integral laws sustaining balance and homeostasis life depends on.

Moreover, Nature showed during the quarantine that it can effortlessly repair itself as soon as Humanity retreats. Thus we are not really endangering the planet.

We are the only truly endangered species!

Thus everything will change now. As we are watching how our whole system collapsing — while we can’t do anything to reverse the process — a small, but crucially important “critical mass” will understand what is happening, and the reasons for what is happening.

These pioneers will start to build a completely new Human system based on Nature’s integral template — above and against our inherently egocentric, exploitative instincts. The initially small environments, cells they are building will become the foundations for the new Humanity while the rest will continue its decay — and as a result, more and more people will join the pioneers.

So now we all have a free choice, do we stay with the sinking “Titanic” ignoring all the facts, lessons around us, or we join the pioneers, rebuilding Humanity from zero, on completely new, Natural values, foundations, and laws.



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.