We do not need to change anything, we need to learn how to adapt ourselves to Nature

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readJun 19, 2021

Question from the Internet:

If you could change 1 universal law, what change would you make and how would it affect our reality?

I am not sure what you consider “universal laws”.

It is perhaps easier talking about the laws of nature and the laws humanity created for human societies to function.

Nature’s laws are absolute, they facilitate, safeguard a fragile balance, homeostasis life and optimal development depend on, so evolution’s deterministic, relentless plan could continue to its final goal.

Human laws — regardless of the national, society, culture, or religion we are talking about — are arbitrary and constantly changing. We are constantly, desperately trying to adjust as whatever we build falls apart as we stumble from one vicious historic cycle to another.

Today we managed to fail in the human system we thought was most suitable and successful for our development, in liberal, parliamentary democracy and free-market capitalism.

But the problem is not with our laws, ideologies, systems. The problem is with our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric, and exploitative nature that is incompatible with Nature’s system and its laws.

We are acting, behaving like cancer in Nature’s fully integrated, interdependent system where each element, particle, species selflessly, unconditionally plays out their role in order to maintain the overall balance and homeostasis. And whichever species is not capable to fulfill their role or their role in evolution’s plan was temporary, they disappear from the scene.

Humanity is on the way towards self-destruction — although evolution has a very important, unique, very high role and purpose determined for us in its plan. If we do not consciously change ourselves and adapt to Nature’s laws of integration, if we do not become compatible with the system and evolution’s direction, then Nature will force us to adapt and fulfill our predetermined role against our will, through intolerable suffering, only a handful of people remaining, giving up their egos as a result of that intolerable suffering.

We can adapt and align ourselves with evolution’s flow consciously, willingly from a clear understanding that it is for our own interest and as a result, we can reach a qualitatively;y much higher, collective, and natural Human existence.

This is possible through a special, purposeful, and highly practical educational method which is available and open for all.

So we do not need to change “universal laws”, we just need to learn how to adapt ourselves to the laws of Nature, while proactively, consciously fulfilling our role in Natural evolution.



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.