Without our predetermined, evolutionary purpose, we are not Human beings yet

Zsolt Hermann
1 min readAug 12, 2022

Question from the Internet:

“Society respects people for their job and, in doing so, equates a person to his job. John is a lawyer. Mary is a cook. But our job is not us because we are infinitely bigger. Why doesn’t society appreciate people’s personalities for who they truly are?”

We exist in a very limited, simplified and stupefied human society. Since we have equated human life with ever-growing consumerism and we measure and define everything according to monetary value, we have become what we produce and consume.

We do not even know what life actually is, what true happiness is and what it means to be a “Human being”.

Our whole society is set up for aimless, endless and self-destructive consumerism and accumulating selfish pleasures and material possessions.

Fortunately, this totally inhumane and artificial system is now breaking and collapsing. Whether we want it or not, we will be forced to search for and reveal what it means to be human beings and the actual goal and purpose of human life in Nature’s system.

If we do not find and fulfil our predetermined, very high and unique evolutionary Human role in Nature’s system, we will,l simply not survive. Moreover, we also miss out on experiencing life on a qualitatively much higher collective level.



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.