We should all be free — but free of what exactly?!

Question from the Internet:

“Will this world ever be free?”

It is a good question, but then we should also ask, what should the world be free of?

We can’t just talk about freedom without defining what restricts our freedom, and what we need to liberate ourselves from.

Throughout history, we have been fighting for freedom so many times, and based on so many different causes, and this endless and mostly futile fight continues to this day.

But who and what is actually restricting our freedom, who or what is enslaving us, what is causing this sense of being bounded, limited?!

When we carefully and honestly examined all our calculations, decisions and action then we would see that we are all 100% governed and driven by our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, individualistic and exploitative egos. This is true for everybody regardless of where we find ourselves in humanity's societal pyramid, on the peak or at the bottom.

Everything we have ever done and everything we are still doing is defined and determined by this human ego. And since this ego forces us to behave and live like cancer — constantly overconsuming, ruthlessly manipulating and controlling everything and everybody — we are inevitably marching towards total self-destruction.

Thus it turns out that what we really need to escape from, liberate ourselves from in order to become free is our own instinctive egos that literally kill us as we speak.

We need to learn with the help of a unique, purposeful and highly practical educational method how to recognize the ego behind everything we do, ad then how to start calculating, deciding and acting above and independent of the ego to such an extent, that in the end, we can even harness the awesome driving power of the ego towards positive, constructive, mutually beneficial and mutual responsible goals and purpose.

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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.