The true value of human life

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readMay 10, 2022

Question from the Internet:

“What makes human life valuable to you? Do not just state your opinion on the value of human life, explain your opinion.”

In order to answer this question first, we would need to define what “human” means and what “life” is.

According to unique, empirical natural scientists — who have been studying human nature in contrast to Nature’s finely balanced, mutually integrated system for millennia — explain, a “truly Human” being is one that consciously and actively achieves similarity to Nature, building and sustaining a Nature-like, mutually integrated relationship to other people and through them to Nature, against and above our inherently selfish, egocentric and exploitative nature.

Life is a unique circulation of energy and perfect communication between diverse, seemingly incompatible, mutually integrated and selflessly and mutually complementing elements, that care and make calculations only to sustain their mutual integration for the sake of life at all cost and in any given circumstances, above any individualistic concern or calculations.

The true value of “human life” is in learning how to become “truly human” and as a result to generate and sustain a completely different, qualitatively much higher, collective life of unified humanity as an integral part of Nature. This unique, collective humanity that functions as a single organism also develops an unprecedented collective consciousness and intellect that would become the only truly conscious part of Nature’s system.

This is our actual evolutionary purpose in Nature, to recognize and achieve the true value and role in this system above and against the extremely limited and seemingly pointless existence we are conducting at the moment.



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.