Let Nature educate us!

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readJul 3, 2020

Question from the Internet:

“How will humanity advance when the amount of knowledge has been too much to study in a lifetime?”

Yes, it is a great problem, especially as we try to upload that infinite amount of data into our own, limited, egocentric, and subjective “hard-disks”.

So far education was about uploading data into Human beings, who then tried to apply the knowledge to exploit everything they could, to succeed at the expense of others and the expense of Nature’s system. And since we can never get enough satisfaction but always want more, we twist, distort, corrupt the data, and make even more complicated than it already is.

And actually true “knowledge” — more precisely Wisdom — is very simple as Nature shows us. As long as we apply to basic principles from Nature’s infinite Wisdom:

  1. First of all, do not do harm to others,
  2. And if you are already capable, after fulfilling the first principle, then start serving, caring for others as you would serve, care for yourself,

then we could integrate with each other and in turn integrate into nature’s perfect system.

Of course, this not so simple, otherwise, we would have done this long time ago. These principles are directly against our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, individualistic nature. This is why we need a special, purposeful, and practical educational method that can teach us how to apply such “supernatural” — above instinctive nature — principles and achieve the above-mentioned integration.

As a result of such integration, through the selfless, transparent pipelines, the network we build with each other, Nature’s infinite Wisdom, its “circle of life” would start to flow, stream through. Then all the necessary blueprints, solutions, templates would be at our fingertips and we could effortlessly develop, evolve together with nature’s system as its partners.



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.