How can we build a perfect society?

Question from the Internet:

“No generation has had the opportunity, as we now have, to build a global economy that leaves no one behind. It is a wonderful opportunity, but also a profound responsibility “ -Bill Clinton (former US President) Give your opinion about the statement?”

The statement itself is true. But again, especially politicians know how to speak but when it comes to actions they do not deliver, they cannot deliver.

We truly have the opportunity to build a “real-life Garden of Eden” on Earth. We have the know-how, we have the technology and the planet has the resources. There is only one problem: our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric and exploitative nature.

We simply cannot help, we have to ruthlessly, exclusively fight for survival and resources, and we knowingly, unknowingly succeed at each other’s expense.

This is why it does not matter how great and inspiring speeches politicians make or do not make. We can’t act for each other’s sake, we can’t do anything for the wellbeing of the whole by default, such a program is simply not installed in us.

This is why we need a unique, purposeful and highly practical educational method to teach us how to build a global human society that caters for all, where each can find their most optimal, mutually responsible and mutually complementing role while justly, proportionately receiving everything they need and deserve in order to maintain that role.

This will not unfold based on any of our misguided, arbitrary ideologies, philosophies or religions. We will need to use Nature’s finely balanced integral blueprint for this purpose. We will have the perfect human society when it resembles Nature’s mutual integration.



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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.