Our evolutionary Human purpose: completing, “upgrading” our original “beta software”

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readJul 24, 2020

We were (intentionally by Nature’s evolution) “released into production” with a raw, beta software.

All beings in Nature exist in order to survive, develop, and procreate to further their species. Thus the basic software is always about individual and collective survival. But apart from Humans all other elements of Nature do this within the optimal parameters of natural necessities and available resources, flowing together with Nature’s “circle of life”, all knowing their place in the system instinctively.

But from the Human “beta software” this instinctive belonging to Nature’s system is missing. We are allowed to feel ourselves independent of the system, we sense ourselves as disconnected individuals even within our own species.

As a result, we are not compatible with nature, we do not sense its “circle of life” and we are unaware of what true necessities and available resources are. This is not our fault, this is all missing from our beta software to allow us to develop as independent outsiders compared to Nature.

Only in this way can we become “truly Human”, on one hand, independent of the system, having the ability of objective observation, on the other hand acquiring similarity with the system with our own, conscious, active efforts.

It is this conscious, active integration into Nature — through integrating with each other — that is now expected from us. We have the capability and obligation (from evolution) to complete our software, upgrade it by copying Nature’s balance, and homeostasis into Human society.

And we have to do it in a unique way, not replacing the original self-serving, excessively consuming software, but installing the “Natural upgrade” over it — through a unique, purposeful and practical education.

This way even after integrating into Nature we will retain our independent viewpoint, which coupled with the Natural similarity we achieve gives us the chance for completely objective, realistic, and truthful attainment of nature’s system within the contrast.

Achieving this objective, “truly Human” viewpoint, attaining and justifying Nature’s perfection, as a result, is our Human purpose in the system.



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.