Individual vs Society

Question from the Internet:

“Does society exist to serve individuals, not the other way around?”

The relationship between society and individuals and very complex. After all, a society is the collection, assembly of individuals.

Thus we could say that on one hand society is the shelter, the “mother’s womb” that is supposed to care for each individual in the most optimal manner, on the other hand, each individual is a fully responsible part, element in that shelter, “mother’s womb” that has to take care of everybody in it.

We will build a most optimal human society when we will understand this unique, two-way relationship between individuals and society. For this, we need a unique, purposeful and highly practical educational method — based on how Nature’s finely balanced mutual integration works.

We will have to become like a single, closed, living, natural system, where each individual acts and exists as a single cell, fully, irrevocably interconnected with others. Each cell performs its unique, irreplaceable function towards the whole with its maximum ability, while in return, each justly, proportionately receives everything it needs and deserves in order to continue its crucially important role and function.

Each individual selflessly, unconditionally serves society in order to enjoy the most perfect, constantly, ideally fulfilled and happy existence that is possible only in the mother’s womb.

The fact that we have to achieve this consciously, willingly and proactively by our own efforts will elevate us to a “truly Human”, collective existence, experiencing life on a qualitatively much higher, presently unimaginable level.



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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.