The coronavirus came to teach us. Are we paying attention?!

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readNov 25, 2020


Question from the Internet:

“Post Coronavirus social unrest is predicted. When will we understand that we must live with our fellow human beings?”

I tell you even more. If we don't understand that we have to live together with our fellow human beings, that we have to worry, actively care that they don't get infected, ill, that they have everything they need, the pandemic will not leave us, or if this particular virus goes away we will have other, worse global problems.

The coronavirus pandemic is not a random event.

We ourselves provoked it from Nature as a result of our completely unnatural, excessively overconsuming, ruthlessly competitive lifestyle, which has now reached such a limit that Nature's integral system can't tolerate us any longer.

Nature exists, develops based on a fragile, dynamically sustained balance and homeostasis life depends on. Humanity has become a direct threat to this balance, we are acting as cancer in Nature's body - and against each other.

It doesn't matter what “solutions” we stubbornly try - vaccines, stimulus packages, changing politicians, social or economic system - it will all fail. We won't be able to escape the growing crisis, intensifying social unrest, potential wars unless we understand that as one of Nature's species we have to make ourselves compatible with the system.

And this compatibility starts with rebuilding Human society on Nature's fully integrated, interdependent template so we achieve similarity, compatibility with the system that is governed by strict, unchanging laws.

We can do this either consciously, proactively, with the help of the appropriate, purposeful and practical method, or we can wait until intolerable suffering will force us.



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.