We are not alive yet as Human beings

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readOct 2, 2020

Opinion from the Internet in life and Humanity:

“We like to simplify life.

Even though the world is complicated and complex. Life isn’t.

But humans make it that way. Therefore, there isn’t any one thing that will solve the worlds problems. Besides a mass extinction event. Even then, there will still be problems.

That’s the nature of the universe. Things will never be exactly to our liking. The universe does not revolve around us. We live in it.

And our intelligence is the most developed on the planet. But we’re still just barely out of the jungle.”

Life is actually very simple. It is the circulation, mutual communication between mutually interconnected, mutually complementing, diverse elements of closed, integral, living systems.

The parts themselves are complex, they are all unique, seemingly incompatible. But life evolves, unfolds when these parts interconnect as a single, one system.

We know it from studying Nature, we know it from studying our own biological body.

And it is the same with Humanity.

At this stage we are not alive on the Human level, we sort of exist on the animate level, or as single-cell organisms.

Humans are the only creatures in Nature’s system that received the ability, opportunity to “create life”, induce life themselves, by learning how to interconnect as the cells of the “Human body”, but consciously, proactively, methodically above and against each person’s egocentric, subjective and individualistic inner nature.

This is what we need to use our special Human intelligence for. Then we will finally come out of the jungle.




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.