We need to adapt Humanity’s environment to the Natural environment we exist in

Question from the Internet:

“What is the human environment system?”

Humanity is one of the species in Nature. Thus Humanity’s environment — we are an integral part of — is Nature’s fully integrated, interdependent system.

As we have been recognizing for decades we have become “global”, our interconnections transcended the original family, tribal, local, and national boundaries. Today each and everybody is interconnected with everybody else through myriads of visible and invisible ties, connections.

If we needed any further proof, we received it from the pandemic.

This “globalization” is not something man-made. Nature’s “cloud”, the force-field of Natural integration increasingly pressing us to reach equilibrium, compatibility with Nature’s integrality, with the laws that sustain the balance and homeostasis life depends on.

At the moment our actual Human environment system is still based on our uniquely Human, self-centered, individualistic, exploitative nature, where we overconsume, ruthlessly compete and succeed, survive at each other’s and at Nature’s expense.

Thus the unprecedented, herculean task of our generation is to learn and implement how to adapt the immediate Human environment system to Nature’s laws and forces in order to secure Humanity’s survival. This survival is in jeopardy as long as we continue pursuing our unnatural, cancer-like, egotistic Human system.

And since Nature is infinitely greater, stronger than us and Nature’s laws are strict, unchanging, only we can change — provided we want to survive and want to start researching and understanding Nature from within on the merit of reaching similarity with its integral system through our own mutual integration with each other.



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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.