There is no need to lose our faith in humanity!

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readOct 31, 2021

Question from the Internet:

“Have recent political developments or other circumstances caused you to lose all faith in humanity?”

I agree that when we look at our present state, there is not much to like, and we are fast losing our hope in the future, we are desperately stuck and helpless in face of the mounting global problems.

Still, I am not losing faith in humanity, as I know that whatever we have done so far, including our present problems, is within our instinctive, inherent program which we had no choice about, which we received from Nature,s evolution.

And according to Nature’s deterministic evolutionary plan we had to reach our present dead-end purposefully, without any choices. Thus we are not responsible for the present, seemingly hopeless situation.

What we are responsible for is to start asking questions, start researching why we ended up in this dire strait and how we could escape from here.

For that evolution also gave us a unique, human intellect that is capable of critical self-assessment. And we can also start changing, upgrading ourselves with the help of a unique, purposeful, and practical educational method that can explain to us why we had to develop the way we did, and now, when we recognize that our instinctive program leads to self-destruction, how we could change our development so we would find compatibility with Nature like all other parts of the Natural system.

Our Human advantage over other animals is this conscious, proactive integration with Nature, against and above our inherent nature. This way we can become Nature’s only conscious, integrated but at the same time independent observers and partners.

So I did not lose faith in humanity, it is to the contrary, I am extremely hopeful and excited about our future now, as we start taking our own development into our own hands, rewriting our history and fulfilling our very high, very qualitative role, purpose in Nature’s system!



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.