How can we satisfy people’s needs on the planet?

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readFeb 7


Question from the Internet:

“Is there anything you can do to satisfy people on the planet?”

There is nothing I can do – on my own – to satisfy people on this planet.

We are all part – like individual cells – of an all-encompassing, mutually integrated and mutually complementing human “organism” that is also an integral part of nature’s all-encompassing and fully integrated and interdependent system.

This system works based on the “all for one and one for all” principle. The system’s – and within humanity’s – health, survival and prosperity depends on the totally selfless, unconditionally serving, mutually responsible and mutually complementing cooperation of all comprising elements, including the individual human beings.

Thus, we can build a human society, that can satisfy all people on the planet, we have to rebuild human society based on nature’s finely balanced and mutually integrated system – above and against our instinctively selfish, egocentric and individualistic inclinations and behaviour.

This requires two things.

Obviously, we cannot just changed the thinking and behaviour of people on a global scale, all at once. We can also not change people through coercion or misleading propaganda as people tried and stiull try to change people. So we need a special, purposeful and practical method, and we have to start using this method in smaller, methodically assembled and conducted environment. And in these environment we would have people who are more sensitive and already willing to change and further develop themselves above and against their inherent nature – since they already recognized and accepted that our inherent nature is destructive and self-destructive.

In these small environment people can learn and practice how to exist for each other’s sake, how to actually and practically implement existence through the principle of “all for one and one for all”, each individual caring for others as they instinctively care for themselves.

Then these, smaller and purposeful environment can become the healthy cells and organs from which the new, nature-like, mutually responsible and mutually complementing humanity can grow out.



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.