The world is changing — but how do we adapt to these changes?

Question from the Internet:

“Is the world going to change soon?”

The world is constantly changing. We are in an all-encompassing developmental process that is driven by Nature’s evolution. Our life is already completely different from the life we lived a few years ago.

This process is driving us through our instincts and inherent nature without any free choice from our side.

And as long as we blindly follow our inherently selfish, egocentric and individualistic instincts, this will remain so. And then, as a result of the worsening and intensifying vicious historical cycles, we will reach a point of self-destruction.

Our generation already stands on the threshold of this point of no return.

Thus we need a unique, purposeful and practical method that can teach us the overall, lawful and deterministic developmental process we play a part in. We need to learn what our actual, predefined role and purpose are in this plan and how we can adapt ourselves to the plan and each new developmental step in advance without waiting for blows and suffering to push us forward — as it has happened so far.

Instead of an unconscious, suffering-driven development, we can switch to a conscious, proactive, purposeful one. This will not only spare us unnecessary suffering and safeguard our continuing and positive survival, but it will also give us an unprecedented understanding and total attainment of Nature’s system.

We will see all the cause and effect processes. that determine life and how our function and actions can partner with those processes. In the end, we will gain a fully tangible and realistic sense as if we ourselves designed and ran the system.

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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.