Holding the Universe in our hands

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readFeb 3, 2021


Question from the Internet:

“Is it possible that we come into this world pre-programmed and our fate: work, friends, events are planned at the time of birth?”

We are pre-programmed, Nature’s evolutionary plan has everything predetermined for us.

But by default we are not aware of this predetermination, we don’t know our “cogwheel” role, and we exist in the belief that we make decisions and control our fate.

This is also purposeful from evolution, in order to give us a tiny “free space" where we can seemingly act on our own.

As a result we are obliviously trying to act against the development we should be going for, we keep blindly stumbling from one vicious historic cycles to another, from one crisis to another both individually and collectively.

The true meaning of our Human life is to use this virtual freedom to search for, attain and then fulfill the unique individual and collective “cogwheel” role evolution predetermined for us.

This process takes us through a special, “cosmic" education process where first unconsciously them later more and more consciously we start to understand the developmental plan we are part of, seeing all the cause and effect processes, mapping Nature’s evolution from its beginning to its final, most optimal state.

We will become so sensitive to the states, changes we go through that we will already sense and prepare for each next state, aligning our desires, aspirations with the general developmental flow.

At the moment when we arrive to the recognition that everything in our lives was pre-programmed and that we didn’t do anything by ourselves, we reach such an intimate knowledge of the system that we will realistically, tangibly feel as if we ourselves designed, built, governed the system.

At that point it becomes completely irrelevant whether we had free choice of not, actually “holding, the Universe in our hands".




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.