Globalization is here to stay — but we have to learn how to use it

Zsolt Hermann
1 min readFeb 4, 2021


Question from there Internet:

“How does globalization affect trade, knowledge, media, entertainment, and communication?”

In order to understand all our questions about Globalization, first we need to separate the global, fully integrated, interdependent world we evolved into, and the way we are presently using it.

Existence in a globally integrated world where we all depend on each other is an evolutionary necessity.

Contrary to popular belief, Humanity is not outside, above Nature. We are one of Nature’s species, thus Nature’s strict, unforgiving laws that sustain the balance and homeostasis life depends on are obligatory for us as well.

Without existing in a fully integrated, interdependent world that operates based on Nature’s laws we would remain incompatible with the system and lose our right to exist in Nature.

And as we are right now — using Globalization in the usual, inherently selfish, egocentric, exploitative way — we are behaving like cancer, thus we are sinking into deepening crisis, while Nature will also try to reject us like a foreign body through different blows — like three pandemic for example.

This is why our present trade, media, entertainment, communication, financial systems and societies are collapsing like house of cards.

We have no other option but to adapt to “Globalization" according to Nature’s laws, rebuilding global Human society in Nature’s integral template!



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.