How can we change our self-destructive human system?!

Question from the Internet:

“Isn’t our economy built on controlling, exploiting and defeating others? So how can we change this?”

Yes, it is. But we can change it through a gradual process that involves both negative and positive motivation.

The negative motivation is already coming from the growing and seemingly unsolvable crisis. As we can clearly see, this human system that is built on excessive overconsumption and the exploitation of one another is collapsing. Everything we ever built is slipping through our fingers, and there is nothing we can do against it.

Moreover, other seemingly “non-human” related natural processes also come against us, and as long as we approach them through subjective, individualistic or nationalistic calculations while succeeding at the expense of others, we have no chance of countering these problems.

If we rely on negative motivation alone, we will need terrible, intolerable suffering to force us to change.

But we can also employ a positive motivation through a unique, purposeful and practical educational method — based on the fundamental laws of Nature. Through this method, we can understand our inherent nature, the system of Nature, why and how we are incompatible and how we can adapt ourselves to the system.

Then, as a result of both motivations, we can change and further develop ourselves without waiting for the truly incredible and intolerable suffering that otherwise awaits us.

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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.