Our only individual Human right is to choose unconditionally integration with each other — according to Nature’s laws

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readFeb 10, 2021

Question from the Internet:

“Can individual human rights undermine the culture that protects those human rights?”

The problem is that what we consider individual Human rights today is arbitrary, and it originates from us not understanding the Natural system we exist in.

Although we are born from Nature’s fully integrated, interdependent system as a common species that is considered a single entity from the viewpoint of Nature, we feel ourselves standalone, separated individuals, who can do whatever they want, who can act independently from each other.

Our fiercely proud, individualistic, self-justifying ego fights endlessly, stubbornly for this “individual Human right", even when it destroys itself as a result.

We could and still can observe through the pandemic, how people consider it an attack on their individual freedom to stay under lockdown, to wear masks for example. We simply don’t understand our absolute mutual responsibility towards each other in the fully integrated, interdependent world, Natural system we actually live.

We don’t understand how the health, success, progress and survival of the individual is intricately intertwined with the health, success, progress and survival of the whole collective.

Our only truly individual Human right is to willingly, consciously submit ourselves to the mutually responsible, mutually complementing unity of the collective as individual cells of the same body.

This has nothing to do with political ideologies, philosophies, religions. This is according to Nature’s laws of integration, according to the strict laws that sustain the balance and homeostasis life depends on. We don’t have any freedom of choice about this, as either we keep those laws of we won’t survive.

And at the moment Humanity chose not to survive as we continue following our misguided, egotistic, subjective, self-justifying instincts, behaving like cancer that destroys itself.

This is why we urgently need a very unique, “Integral Education" that can teach us, moreover can help us feel what it means to exist in an integrated, interdependent world, and how much better, qualitatively higher our lives would become through building the single Human “super-organism" Nature’s unforgiving laws demand from us.




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.