We have two options, a painful and a wise one…

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readAug 13, 2020

Question from the Internet:

“What concept considered important by our current society do you think will be rendered meaningless, given enough time?”

We are ahead of a revolutionary change in Human development, change in the building of Human societies.

All the concepts our present societies are built upon — products of our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric, and exploitative Human nature — will disappear, as they are incompatible with the Natural laws that sustain balance and homeostasis.

Thus we will have to let go of the harmful, self-serving political parties with the “divide and conquer principle”, individual leadership, excessive overconsumption, the overwhelming, brainwashing “circus and bread” entertainment, entertainment industry and celebrity culture harnessed for paid political propaganda, concepts like stock exchange and investment banking, trying to yield virtual money, profit by playing with the money, investments of others, reckless, ignorant exploitation of Nature’s resources, ruthless and exclusive competition for individual success, etc.

None of them have the right to exist in the finely balanced Natural system we are also integral parts of. Thus the changes are obligated by Nature’s laws, regardless of any political agenda, ideology, Human philosophy, religion, or anything else.

Thus there are two ways we can experience, go through this revolution.

One is the “path of suffering”. This means that we continue our stubborn efforts to “return to normal”, trying to continue living according to our inherent nature. Then increasing blows, worsening crisis situations, wars, and finally intolerable suffering will force us to change against our will.

The other — wiser — option is to purposefully, consciously learn what Nature’s system and its evolutionary plan demand from us. In this case, we can forego the changes by ourselves changing how we relate to each other and Nature. This way we can prevent further blows and rebuild Humanity in a pleasant, swift way, elevating our collective Human existence to a qualitatively much higher level — in partnership with Nature.



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.