The human condition

Question from the Internet:

“What reflections on the human condition can you share?”

According to unique, empirical natural scientists who have been researching human nature in contrast to Nature’s system, our human condition is inherently selfish, subjective, exploitative egoism.

This is the root cause behind our helplessly recurring vicious historic cycles, and behind the endless, ever-worsening crisis situations our own generation stumbles into one after the other.

Those scientists also explain that we are not evil or guilty about this, since Nature’s evolution gave us this “unfinished”, raw software, so we could have free choice, so we would have a conscious chance of changing, upgrading ourselves after we recognized this cancer-like ego driving us in everything.

Our generation is very unique, as due to the vast historic and present-day experience more and more people recognize the insatiable human ego behind our problems, moreover more and more people also accept that this ego is not only in others but that they themselves have the same self-serving, self-justifying, exploitative nature.

As a result, we have reached an unprecedented turning point in human history, when we can shift from the previous, present, blind and instinctive development to a conscious, proactive, methodical path. This means that we learn what Nature’s evolution expects from us, so humanity could become a benevolent, integral part of Nature’s single system, and we willingly adapt ourselves to Nature’s plan, finding and fulfilling our unique, evolutionary Human role in the system.

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I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.

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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.