The basis of a fair society

Opinion from the internet:

“I am in a country where I have much more money than others. I feel guilty… (like 3 times as much a month as normal sallary).
I do feel guilty about it.
Probably one reason for people with money have a tendency to live amongst others that have money as themselves and seek friends and parties in that area. So you get rich areas and poor areas. And in the rich areas you don’t see much of the sufferings.”

A perfect, fair society doesn’t look as communism imagined, everybody looking, behaving the same way, nobody richer than others, almost no individual profit and property at all (except those in the leadership of course…)

Our abilities, conditions, individual uniqueness will always cause differences, “social layering”.

But as long as wealth is earned honestly, it is not accumulated at the expense of others but earned through serving the society, by performing a crucially important role, job for the collective, and the accumulated personal reward, renumeration is necessary for that person to continue performing that crucial role, and everybody in society can perform their own optimal role and receive what they deserve, need for that, then personal wealth, possession and the difference are neither praised not are they condemned.

Of course we need to build such a society gradually, through the right, purposeful and practical educational method that is based on Nature’s template. In Nature’s closed, integral system - like in our own biological body - very different elements, parts, cells and organs work and complement each other that way.

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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.