Solutions for humanity’s problems require focusing on the root cause!

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readJun 22, 2022

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Question from the Internet:

Do you believe as a society we would have progressed a lot further without social media and its influences?

When we try to find answers to our past and present problems, we need to put the cause and effect chain in the right order.

Social media and its influence and everything else we observe in human society have nothing to do with our development. They are signs and symptoms of how we develop and where we are.

Since we keep mistaking the cause with the consequence, all our “solutions” are symptomatic, not even touching the root cause, the engine of our development

Our engine of development, the root cause that determines everything is our inherent human nature.

It is this inherently self-serving, self-justifying, subjective and exploitative human nature that builds societies and all of their systems, it is this inner program that fuels the helplessly recurring, vicious historic cycles and it is this inner engine that now drives us towards seemingly inevitable self-destruction.

All the negative and obsolete things we observe in the past or in our present “modern” human society are simply the external representation, the symptoms of our destructive, hateful and cancer-like nature. Thus if we want true changes, if we want to avoid a terrible global calamity, then we have to treat the root cause and change and further develop our own nature.

With the help of a unique, purposeful and highly practical educational method — that is based on Nature’s laws that govern the general balance and homeostasis life depends on — we can learn how to adapt ourselves to Nature’s finely balanced and mutually integrated system by ourselves becoming mutually integrated into human society.

Then all the external signs in human society will also reflect this change.

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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.