Our potential future is bright!

Question from the Internet:

“Which one is scarier for you, the future or the past?”

The future is definitely much scarier as based on our past and present experience we can easily see what is coming — as long as we continue acting, progressing as we have done before.

As long as we continue moving forward blindly, driven by our inherently selfish, subjective, individualistic, and exploitative egos — that caused all the helplessly recurring, vicious historic cycles and all our present crisis situations — our future looks extremely dark and volatile.

As long as we all act instinctively there is no difficulty in predicting the future — and we can be certain that we will all go up in flames.

Fortunately we — the only creatures in reality with this ability — can consciously take our human development into our hands and change the course of human history moving forward. The scariness of the past and present can awaken us, push us from behind and initiate the necessary self-changes, while the potential benefit, the qualitatively much higher level of existence we can achieve through such self-changes can attract us from ahead.

If we learn how to build a positive, conscious, mutually responsible and mutually complementing “Human super-organism” with an unprecedented collective intellect, consciousness above and against our inherent nature — billions of unique individuals willingly interconnecting into a single Human network, contributing to the wellbeing, benefit of the whole through all their special abilities, talents — our future is bright.

We can reach heights we could never even dream about before when through our willing, conscious, mutual integration we reach similarity with integral Nature and by that start understanding, feeling Nature’s system from within, opening blueprints and resources which are still hidden from us right now.



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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.