Human purpose is above the purpose of all other life forms

Zsolt Hermann
1 min readSep 28, 2020


Question from the Internet:

“What essential purposes do life forms have?”

Most life forms simply want to survive and procreate, while they remain within the optimal parameters of natural necessities and available resources and also keep their integral, cogwheel role in Nature’s “circle of life”.

Only human beings have an additional purpose: to understand why we exist, how the system of existence works and what our unique Human evolutionary role in this system is.

This is why Human beings are born seemingly outside of the system, with opposite - egocentric, individualistic - qualities to Nature’s selfless altruism.

This inherent “outsider” status, opposition - that is neither good or bad, we had no free choice about - gives us free choice, and an independent observer status.

If we consciously, methodically learn how to achieve seamless integration with Nature’s system above and against our inherent nature, by that we acquire an unparalleled duality. We become Nature’s unique, integrated still independent, objective observers, witnesses.

Thus we can attain such a deep, inner understanding of the system as if we ourselves designed, operated it.

This is something we can achieve here and now with the help of a special, purposeful and practical educational method, science.



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.