How to prevent self-destruction?!

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readAug 19, 2020

Question from Internet:

“What would you do if you find out the world would be destroyed by 2021?”

I would try to find a way to prevent destruction.

As we stand, there is a very real chance that we can destroy the world in 2021 or a little after.

The evolving economic, financial collapse, social frustration, the hate that spills onto the street all over the world from seemingly diverse reasons, the inevitably growing unemployment, depression, addiction figures and the more and more open preparation for war by the “big players” all project a very volatile and violent future.

And then we haven’t even mentioned the “non-Human” factors, like the recurring waves of the pandemic, swiftly worsening climate change, receding water supply, pollution destroying Nature that is also threatening our lives even without Human violence.

So if we want to prevent the seemingly inevitable global meltdown we need to find a solution.

But as we see we do not have political, economic, social, or even military solutions, everything we try only makes things even worse!

This is because we still haven’t revealed, accepted the root cause, which is our own inherently selfish, egotistic, and hateful nature that forces us to survive at each other’s expense and pursue excessive overconsumption, basically living like cancer!

Thus if we want to prevent a very bleak future, if we want to solve our problems and safeguard our collective Human survival — as one of the species in Nature’s system — we would need to start changing ourselves and how we relate to each other first!

And since we would need to perform such changes above and against our inherent nature, we urgently need a unique, purposeful and highly practical educational method, which allows us to copy Nature’s template, its laws sustaining balance and homeostasis into Human societies.



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.