We need to solve only one problem in order to solve all other problems!

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readMay 20, 2022


Question from the Internet:

“If you are to solve the world problems, which one would you like to see solved first?”

Our task is much simpler than that as we have only one problem. We feel separate and different from each other, we feel others as our natural competitors and enemies and we experience life as an incessant ruthless competition, a war where we have to succeed and survive at each other expense while inevitable also depleting and harming Nature.

It is a question of misguided, mistaken perception of reality as by birth human beings lack the inherent sense of belonging to the fully integrated and interdependent Natural system that is governed and facilitated by a single force-field according to s single evolutionary plan.

All our problems originate from this mismatch between how we perceive ourselves — separated from and against others and Nature — and the true — fully integrated and interdependent — reality we actually exist in.

All our historic and contemporary problems can be deduced to this single root cause.

Thus the solution is also “singular”: to learn and actually feel our true fully integrated state instead of our present and past imaginary, isolated state.

With the right, purposeful and highly practical education method we can learn, understand and actually, “viscerally” feel our total interdependence. We can also understand and actually feel what we gain by changing our perception of reality and accepting our personal state as a single cell in a vast, fully interconnected, living organism, and we can also get a sense of what we lose if we remain in our present state.

If we stubbornly want to hold onto our inherently misguided, illusory perception of being separated from others and the whole system, the ideologies we use and the systems we build and propagate will lead us to total self-destruction as a result of our complete incompatibility with our real, Natural, mutually integrated state.

On the other hand, if we willingly and consciously develop our perception of reality and accept our actual state of being single cells in a fully, mutually integrated and interdependent body, taking on 100% mutual responsibility towards the well-being of the whole system that overrides any persona, individual calculations, then we acquire a completely new, qualitatively much higher, collective sense of existence.

Through that collective existence, we also gain an unprecedented collective consciousness that would become Nature’s only actually conscious mind, while we would also gain a new, collective, composite perception of reality that can liberate us from any of our subjective, egocentric limitations like time, space or physical motion.

With the right educational method, we can reach that state here and now within a short time depending on the number of people who are willing to try.



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.