Why does the world not make sense anymore?!

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readAug 26, 2022

Question from the Internet:

“What makes sense to you?”

Nothing makes sense anymore. I think more and more people started to feel as if they woke up on a planet they do not know.

We do not truly know what and why happened in the past, what is happening to us right now, and what awaits us in the future.

Of course, we can still dive deep into the brainless and incessant “Matrix” that surrounds us with its “circus and bread” entertainment — although the bread is getting scarce. But if we allow even moments of free thinking about the world and our own life, we find ourselves in a scary place — as if we floated in a vacuum without any foundations or direction.

We have reached a stage in our human development where our inherently individualistic, egocentric and subjective consciousness and worldview simply cannot provide us with the data and proper orientation to know who we are, where we are and what happens to us.

On the one hand, we have evolved into a fully and mutually integrated and interdependent organism, where we effectively became like single cells of a single body. On the other hand, we still look at the world as if we were independent and standalone beings that could want and do whatever they think.

Imagine if one of the cells of our biological body lost proper sense and communication concerning the rest of the body, trying to exist as if it was alone, fighting against the rest of the body. This leads either to the annihilation of that single cell, or cancer can develop where the initial cell — together with other similar cells — later destroys the whole body and with it itself.

This is how we are today.

Alone, independently and subjectively, we cannot make sense of the world anymore.

In order to start to understand where we are, who we are and how we need to exist, we would need to comprehend and accept our new, totally and mutually integrated and interdependent condition. Only when we start interconnecting and cooperating like the cells of our own biological bodies, when we start existing and acting for the sake of others and for the sake of the whole Natural system above and against our instinctive self-service, then we will develop a unique, collective consciousness and intellect.

Then, just as we now feel our “self” above our biological body, as a result of the seamless, mutually complementing cooperation of all our cells and organs, we will feel a new, collective “self” we can all access.

And then, through this collective consciousness and the composite, “holographic or quantum” perception of reality — above any subjective limitations of time or space — it provides, we will make sense of reality as it truly is, in its complete perfection and wholeness.



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.