What is true freedom?

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readJul 3, 2022

Question from the Internet:

“When you hear “X should be a human right”, do you think it means that the government should not impede people from obtaining X or that the Government is obligated to provide X?”

This is a difficult question to answer because right now we all exist in an illusory, arbitrary construct, a real-life Matrix that our inherently egocentric and subjective consciousness and perception of reality created.

Everything we demand, everything we have ever built — our civilization, political, economic and social systems — is “made-up” without any actual basis or right to exist. So it does not matter if we demand something or we demand the opposite.

Until we rebuild our existence and human relations and society on true foundations and we acquire an objective outlook on life, we simply continue playing a game that has no reality or any positive outcome.

And the true reality is that we all exist within Nature’s finely balanced and mutually integrated system, where we are basically single, fully interconnected and interdependent cells that have no right to any actual individual freedom or right as we imagine it.

If I am a single cell in a body, how can I demand some subjective and egocentric rights and freedom for myself?! Everything I do is determined by strict, unchanging and unforgiving laws of Nature that govern the general balance and homeostasis life depends on!

In this case, I can’t decide that I deserve this and that because I imagine so!

In fact, the true freedom and liberation we need is the liberation from our inherently clouded, distorted, egocentric and subjective consciousness and perception of reality that make us believe that we are independent and standalone beings that can make independent decisions and actions and can operate isolated from others.

The greatest freedom in reality is when we finally do not have to think about ourselves or make constant calculations for ourselves but we can freely roam an unlimited and truly timeless reality through the desires and viewpoints of others, totally detached from the egocentric and subjective chains of time, space and physical motion.

This is the actual true reality we can acquire — without leaving our present bodies or “flying” to another dimension!

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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.