The uniqueness of Jews

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readMar 1, 2024

An article in The Jerusalem Post:

My comment:

I feel very strongly that we should finally throw away our forced modesty and humility. We think that this way we can stop others observing, examining and disliking us.

We think that if we keep repeating and reassuring others that there is nothing special or unique in Jews, we can somehow “mitigate and moderate” the visceral antisemitism that keeps breaking out regardless of what we do.

Regardless of what Jews think about their heritage, whether they embrace, reject or hide it, in each Jew there is a unique spark and a genetic memory that traces back to our “forefathers” who researched and attained the single operating force in reality by making themselves similar to that force.

Our uniqueness and talent is not personal and it is not our own merit.

We are unique by the so-called “ancestral merit” since our predecessors were the most special empirical scientists of humanity who managed to research and attain reality’s single operating force and its all-encompassing and predetermined plan for humanity and the world.

When Jews tap into their “primordial” potential, their abilities are truly “infinite.”

But our uniqueness and special talents are not for ourselves.

We are supposed to become “Light onto others,” not by scientific breakthrough, not through culture and arts, but by showing and teaching others how every human being can attain reality’s single force and harness it for creating peace, love, and mutually complementing cooperation that are the foundations of 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.