What is Globalization, and it’s pros and cons?

Globalization: Existence in a globally integrated and interdependent system as a result of Nature’s evolution which drives the whole Natural system — including Humanity as its integral part — towards increasing diversity on one hand and ever-growing, evolving, most optimal integration between the diverse, seemingly incompatible elements on the other hand.

Pros: “Globalization”, achieving a full, seamless integration is Nature’s evolutionary goal, the basis of Nature’s perfection, towards which development is driven relentlessly.

Adapting ourselves to “globalization”, consciously, proactively aligning ourselves with Nature’s plan gives us the chance for a qualitatively much higher, conscious, collective Human existence with a “collective intelligence” that can give us true “quantum computing” ability (without AI or super-computers, “simply” achieving seamless integration, a similarity with Nature’s perfect database server), becoming the actively perceiving mind of Nature.

Cons: By our original, egocentric, individualistic nature we are totally against this “globalization” act in a destructive manner in Nature like cancer.

In truth even this is not a “con” as evolution itself created us with such an opposite nature, giving us the conscious, proactive chance to “upgrade ourselves” and achieve the integration with each other and through that with nature’s system by our own efforts, by free choice.

Only this way, through this contrast can we achieve our unique evolutionary role: becoming Nature’s independent, objective observers, witnesses, perceiving, assessing mind, while also being fully integrated into the system.



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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.