The world is terminally ill, but where is the remedy?!

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readMay 19, 2024

An article in The Jerusalem Post:

My comment:

There is no minority or majority.

The world is a sick place due to our inherent human nature.

We are all born as cancer cells, thinking only about ourselves, being ready to consume everything and anything for ourselves, and succeeding and developing at the expense of others and nature.

This is the formula of human life and human history.

Jews are not different; moreover, we are mostly hateful towards our own brethren.

On the other hand, Jews are the only people who developed a unique, empirical, and scientific method of diagnosing and then correcting this self-destructive human nature.

Jews are the only people who can show and teach others how to rise above the instinctive “unfounded hatred” towards others and achieve true and sustainable “brotherly love” and mutually complementing coexistence without erasing or suppressing the irrepressible and ever-intensifying human ego.

Only Jews are potentially active in this process.

If Jews relearn, accept, and implement their own ancient method — the actual and practical instructions of the Torah — first of all, on themselves, rebuilding the Jewish Nation on its original foundations, this will cause and intensify positive changes in the world.

There is no point in blaming others who blindly and instinctively follow inherent human nature.

We have to fulfill our unique Jewish role and purpose in the world, and then everything and everybody will change for the better.



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.