How can we contribute to the development of human society?

Question from the Internet:

“How can we contribute to societal development?”

Human society is an integral part of Nature. If we want to successfully develop further and safeguard our survival, we have to adapt ourselves to Nature’s laws and evolution’s deterministic flow.

Nature’s strict laws govern and sustain a finely balanced mutual integration that leads to balance and homeostasis life depends on. Evolution constantly drives the whole system towards the most optimal mutual integration over ever-increasing diversity.

In order to positively and successfully contribute to societal development — that is in line with what Nature demands from us — we need to learn and practically implement how to build Nature-like mutual integration, mutually responsible and mutually complementing cooperation between human beings and between humanity and Nature.

Since we have to do this willingly, consciously constantly fighting and overcoming our inherently selfish, egocentric, subjective and individualistic tendencies, we need a special educational method.

This purposeful and practical method can help us understand and viscerally feel our inevitable interdependence and the absolute, survival need for mutual integration to become compatible with Nature.

Our human uniqueness, our truly breakthrough human development and human merit in Nature’s system come from the fact that we have to achieve all the above fully consciously, by our own efforts, above and against our inherent nature and instincts.

This will literally make us the “owners and governors” of the whole system of reality — here and now!

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Zsolt Hermann

Zsolt Hermann

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I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.