How are Humans supposed to live?

Zsolt Hermann
1 min readFeb 22, 2022


Question from the Internet:

“How were humans SUPPOSED to live life?”

We are supposed to live life as the rest of Nature, mutually integrated, living, making calculations only fro each other’s and for the whole system’s sake, feeling a unique mutual circulation of life, mutual communication between us through a qualitatively much higher “collective consciousness”.


Instead, we are born as unique, independent, egocentric, and subjective individuals who ruthlessly compete and survive, succeed at each other’s expense.

This is neither a sin nor are we evil. Evolution created us this way, with a seemingly “faulty”, unfinished software, giving us free choice and the chance, ability to finish, complete our Human evolution by ourselves, consciously.

This way, by constantly recognizing our inherent incompatibility with Nature and then consciously purposefully adjusting, adapting ourselves to Nature’s integration — by, first of all, integrating among ourselves — we acquire a complete, intimate knowledge of ourselves and the whole system.

In the end, through this conscious, purposeful self-development we reach a tangible, realistic sense as if we ourselves designed and governed the whole system.

This final, fully integrated and at the same time independent observer status in Nature means “being Human”.

This conscious transition from the original, blind, “animalistic” development and the conscious, “truly Human” progress starts in our days!



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.