The interpretation of “good/evil”

Zsolt Hermann
1 min readSep 27, 2021

Question from the Internet:

“How can we distinguish between good and bad interpretations?”

In general, we would need to interpret first of all, what “good/bad” is.

Usually, we define “good/bad” through our inherently egocentric, subjective calculations, good is what is good for me, and bad is what is bad for me.

But there is a general “good/bad” in reality which we need to learn and accept, and then we will know how to interpret, define everything accordingly.

In our times it has become easier to find and accept this general, absolute interpretation of “good/bad” as we all feel how much we evolved into a globally integrated world where we all totally depend on each other, where health, survival, the progress of the individual has become equal to the health, survival, and progress of the whole collective.

Thus “good” is everything that facilitates humanity’s seamless, positive, mutually responsible, mutually complementing integration, as by that we gain a previously non-existent problem-solving ability and we become similar to, integrated into Nature.

And thus we facilitate, safeguard our collective survival, and achieve a qualitatively much higher level of existence through a new, presently unimaginable “quantum” collective consciousness that is infinitely more capable than any AI we can imagine, build.

And bad is everything that goes against this mutual integration since it threatens our very existence and prevents us from reaching that much higher, truly Human life.



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.