Human development in a special environment

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readOct 10, 2021

Question from the Internet:

“Are special people born or made?”

It is both.

Obviously, we are all born with special, individual qualities, traits, talents that are in us when we are born. But how these qualities, traits, talents will appear, in what way they will express themselves, if they will exert a positive or negative influence on others depends on our upbringing, education, and finally, it depends on the environment we exist in.

Since the upbringing, educational part usually ends in the first 2 decades of life, the most important factor that shapes, forms us, keeps on continually changing, developing us is the actual environment we exist in until we die.

And while we all have a general environmental influence over us — the present aimless, negative, global Matrix that brainwashes us 24/7 — we have the option (our only free choice) to choose, develop a different environment around ourselves that can exert a positive, purposeful influence over who we are and who we become.

Thus the most important choice, aspiration in life should be to find and mutually develop such small, purposeful, mutually supportive, and mutually complementing circles, groups for ourselves — and for others — that can develop a “truly Human being” out of us, from the aimless, senseless, instinctively selfish, narcissistic and destructive “humanoid” we all are in that global Matrix.

These small environments can become the positive, nourishing “Human incubators” where each has a special dual role, on one hand becoming an embryo in the incubator, on the other hand, actively contributing to the building and functioning of that positive, purposeful incubator to help the positive development of others.

We have a unique, purposeful, and practical educational method — based on Nature’s perfect, integral template — that can help us in this special process.



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.