How can we turn human development positive in the forthcoming years?

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readDec 7, 2021


Question from the Internet:

“What is the hope of the world regarding positive developments as opposed to negativities in the next ten years?”

Everything depends on the right education. It is clear that in order to turn towards a positive development instead of the present, very negative, self-destructive one, we need to make fundamental changes in ourselves, in how we relate to each other how we communicate and cooperate on a global scale.

And changes can become positive, sustainable only when they are done without coercion, without misleading propaganda or scaring people into changing.

And fundamental changes that people willingly accept and implement, as they understand that those changes are for their own best interest, are possible only through the right, purposeful and practical education.

We are recognizing, moreover accepting more and more, that the root cause of all the problems plaguing humanity right now is the inherently egocentric, subjective, individualistic, and exploitative nature that drives all of us. It is this inner software in all of us that drives us towards insatiable, excessive overconsumption, ruthless, exclusive competition, success, and survival at the expense of each other and Nature.

We have become like cancer in Nature’s and human society’s mutually integrated totally interdependent system. This is why, in order to understand, let alone solve our mounting problems, in order to facilitate our continuing, collective human survival, we all have to change how to live, behave, how we connect to each other and Nature.

And since these changes are completely opposite to our inherent nature, against our irrepressible, all-powerful egos, we need a unique, purposeful, and highly practical educational method that can help us rise above and behave against our instincts and inherent inner software.

This conscious overcoming above our inherent self will make us “truly Human”, a being that can act above and against itself in order to become similar to Nature’s laws that create and sustain life, to become integrated into Nature’s integral system by one’s own free choice.



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.