The best method for building the perfect human society

Question from the Internet:

“What methods can be employed to find out what value you can contribute to a society that society would also appreciate/want? This can be for commercial or noncommercial purposes.”

I only know a method that can teach this to us for “life purposes”.

Life is the result of the positive and constructive, mutually responsible and mutually complementing cooperation of diverse elements in Nature. Of course, in Nature’s system, this integration and cooperation are automatic and instinctive.

It is only human beings that have to learn — based on Nature’s template — how to build a society where everybody can find their most optimal contribution while they also justly and proportionately receive everything they need and deserve for their contribution.

This is not a utopia, and it is not impossible. The moment we abandon our arbitrary and misguided self-destructive ideologies, philosophies and religions and start following nature’s laws and principles and rebuild human interaction based on them, a completely new existence opens up for us.

And this also will not take generations to bear fruit since the moment we start making efforts towards this Nature-like human existence; our life will start changing for the better immediately. The more effective we become in our mutual cooperation and mutual responsibility, the easier we will understand our mounting global problems and find true, collective solutions for them.

The more similar we become to Nature, the higher and higher we rise in development, wisdom and ability.

This is the new, conscious and positive phase of collective human evolution.

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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.