Practicing “Natural love” between us can give us back our belief in Humanity

Zsolt Hermann
1 min readJan 2, 2022

Question from the Internet:

“What’s the best thing someone has done for you that has made you believe in humanity again?”

I would like to approach the question a bit differently.

I regained my belief in Humanity and became very optimistic about the future, when — as a result of studying, practicing a unique, empirical, Natural science — I realized, felt that when I do good to others, when I provide unconditional, positive care, support for others, they change and they start behaving towards others the same way.

This made me realize and accept what this unique science has been teaching for millennia. We can completely change, repair the world by learning, implement in practice the principle of “love others as yourself”.

After all, this is not a mystical, religious slogan, it is not New Age spirituality or dogma. “Love others as yourself” is a symbolic description of Nature’s most fundamental law of integration, the law that enables Nature to give and sustain life and secure a never-ending positive development.

if the cells, organs of our own body did not “love” each other and the whole body with such selfless, unconditional mutual responsibility, mutually complementing cooperation, we would not be able to survive for a second.

Our continuing and improving collective Human survival depends on learning and practicing this “Natural love” between us above and against our inherently selfish, egoistic, individualistic nature.

It is this consciously achieved Natural love against instinctive rejection, hate is what makes us Human beings.

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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.