Who are you? It’s a basic question that many of us ask. In “Hamilton”, Eliza Schuyler finally tells Hamilton’s story to the world. Who will tell your story? More importantly, will you even know your story? Because, really, if someone else tells it, your story will be through their lens. Better to get to the source. And who cares what other people think or know?
I believe a fundamental element of being human is to ‘know thyself. And I describe here a means of arriving at who you are by analyzing our species, our societies, our governments, and our families through history. In the end, I think we owe it to those who survived natural selection to give us the brains, and the luxury time, to ponder this important question.
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