The lost and purposeless generation

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readMar 22, 2023

Question from the Internet:

“Would you agree that an effort to create equality between the sexes has in fact actually produced the best evidence against it?”

Today, we live in a society that is totally confused.

We do not actually know who we are, what our role and purpose in life, in human society, or in nature is. As a result, we desperately try to change and manipulate everything around us.

We try to find the blame and the root of all our problems in others, in different people, nations, cultures, or religions, so we try to suppress and destroy the “evil ones”.

We think if we changed our bodies or our genders we will have it better. We think if we take revenge on the assumed or proven atrocities of the past we will feel better. And we also think that if we made everybody the same, regardless of any individual, national, cultural, or gender differences, then we would get a better and more peaceful world.

At the same time, we completely ignore that we are born from nature, we still exist and evolve with nature, and that al;l the laws and principles of nature still apply to us and obligate us.

As a result of this utter confusion, we are destroying everything right now. We have created a totally “zero”, aimless, and foundation-less human society, where we are surviving day-to-day through reckless and unnecessary and self-destructive consumption, while a small elite tries to control and manipulate everything in their favor — only to see everything slip through their fingers.

We will not survive this or the next generation unless we finally learn and accept the fundamental laws of nature that obligate us to mutually integrate and become like healthy cells in a single living organism. We will not survive unless we accept that our individual, national, cultural, and gender differences and uniqueness are here for a reason, that we all have predetermined, unique, and irrep[laceable places and roles in the whole natural system.

Our human uniqueness and advantage — compared to other parts of nature that are blindly and instinctively integrated into nature’s system — is that we were given the ability to consciously learn and practice.

We have to learn and accept — regarding sexes and everything else — that we are all equally important — like all elements of nature’s integral systems — but we are all different and we all have to perform different roles for the sake of the system and ourselves. We are not interchangeable like developed cells and organs of our bodies are not interchangeable since they all have different and crucially important roles and functions.

The time has come to learn what our overall roles and purpose are in humanity and in nature’s system and how we can prepare and adapt ourselves for our individual and collective roles so we can all further develop and survive.



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.