Inherent human nature is in conflict with our “fate” determined by Natural evolution

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readJun 21, 2022

Question from the Internet:

“When does natural behaviour conflict with fate?”

As we started to feel on our skin very realistically, our instinctive behaviours are in total conflict and contradiction with our “fate” that Nature’s evolution predetermined for us.

Our instinctive nature is 100% self-serving, subjective, individualistic and exploitative. By default we can think only about ourselves, all our thoughts and activities are concentrated on self-service, self-justification, ruthless competition and how we can survive and succeed at the expense of others and Nature. It does not matter if we are already aware of this or not, but each and every human being is born with such a 100% egocentric and subjective inner software.

At the same time, Nature’s evolution is relentlessly progressing toward an ever-more optimal mutual integration of its diverse system and Nature’s strict, unforgiving laws are there to sustain a fragile overall balance and homeostasis based on this mutual integration that life depends on.

Humanity is supposed to become the Natural system’s only consciously integrated and purposefully and mutually contributing part, to become Nature’s integrated and at the same time independent and objective observers and equal partners.

So our inherent incompatibility with Nature, the conflict between our instinctive behaviour and “Natural fate” is purposeful by evolution. WE are born “unfinished, raw or incomplete but at the same time, we also have the unique human intellect and all the tools and the method to take our further Human development into our own hands and consciously finish our Human evolution.

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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.