How to build a perfect world — here and now?

Question from the Internet:

“Do you think that we would be closer to utopia if everyone worked for free willingly?”

We can’t work for free, without some sort of reward, respect, and acknowledgement. This is how we are built, without fuel we cannot even move our fingers.

But we can build a perfect world, a real-life “Garden of Eden” if everybody would learn how to willingly work for the sake of others.

While this might sound like a paradox at first, it is not. If we could all make calculations, and decisions and start acting only for the sake of others, only for the sake of the wellbeing of the whole collective — including humanity within Nature’s fully integrated system — we would receive rewards we could not even dream about before.

Working willingly for the sake of others, building a mutually responsible and mutually complementing humanity on the blueprint of Nature’s fully integrated and interdependent system we would also achieve integration within Nature through the achieved similarity.

And through that, we could unlock Nature’s infinite resources and perfect solutions for any problems encountered.

Moreover, our mutual integration would also give us an unprecedented collective intellect and consciousness that would open a completely new, timeless and unbounded dimension of reality and a sense of existence.

This is not a utopia but the actual reality we can all achieve right here and right now.

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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.