“Globalization” is part of evolution

Question from the Internet:

“Why is the word globalization given emphasis in today’s contemporary world?”

Because we are gradually figuring out that we exist in a globally integrated, interdependent world. We also started to understand that “globalization” is not man-made, it doesn’t only concern markets, businesses, trade or financial systems.

Globalization is our evolutionary reality, the infrastructure we need to settle into according to Nature’s deterministic, relentless developmental plan, driving the whole system towards a final, most optimal integration.

While all other parts, elements in Nature are instinctively, blindly integrated into the system, mutually safeguarding the crucial balance, homeostasis life depends on, Human beings are by default opposite to it - due to our inherently egocentric, individualistic and subjective nature.

This is neither evil nor sinful, Nature’s evolution itself gave us birth with this program, giving us the chance and ability to reach integration by ourselves, consciously, methodically.

This way we have free choice and we can become Nature’s inner observers while retaining a special, independent, objective viewpoint even after we seamlessly integrated into the system.




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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.