Rebuilding the classical family model through the right education

Zsolt Hermann
1 min readSep 23, 2021

Question from the Internet:

“Do you think the concept of family is necessary and beneficial for humanity? Or is it more bad than good?”

The classical family model with its instinctive mutual support, mutual cooperation, each member of the family unconditionally serving, loving each other is the basic, fundamental building block of human society.

AS our self-serving, self-justifying, narcissistic, and individualistic ego grew so did the classical family become corrupted, broken to the state where today young people do not want to establish families with ”life-long” commitment, they opt not to have children on their own.

Our societies are also a loose, warring, corrupt and distorted collection of selfish individuals that ruthlessly compete with each other and succeed at each other’s expense.

We will not be able to rebuild our dying societies on different values, foundations without resuscitating the original family model first. But since we have to do this against, above our nature we need a special education that can help us re-establish the original family connections despite our egos rejecting us from each other.

As a result, the “new families” and the new societies built on top of them will be much stronger, more successful as the connections won’t be simply instinctive, but they will be fully conscious, purposefully created, and maintained.



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.