Only a small, purposeful environment can rescue us from the failing general society

Question from the Internet:

Is it possible to create your own community to belong in if it seems you belong nowhere that already exists?

It is possible to create a small, closed, purposeful environment that is based on mutual support, mutually complementing cooperation, provided you find like-minded people who are happy to work for the same goals you pursue or are happy to search for common goals with you.

It works only if all join willingly, being ready to commit to, make efforts for such common goals, above and despite all other differences, instinctive criticism, the flare-up of distrust, animosity between the members.

We have to understand that we will always remain different from each other, that we will have arguments, disagreements, but if the mutual goal and the commitment between us are strong enough, then the individual differences, arguments, disagreements will actually strengthen the connection, cooperation.

If we can work like this then such a small environment can become a true “rescue boat”, shielding us from the harmful influence of the present, general, external society that is built on artificial, inhumane values, without any actual Human goal, purpose.

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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.