When I first started this book, I sought out to interview other people. I wanted to question people in college, people who joined the military, people in fraternities and sororities and people who never went to college. I knew I had an infinite amount of questions to answer for myself. I wasn’t sure where to start, so I started with a glass of scotch.
I wrote a packet of interview questions. I started broad with about seventy-five questions. They began very general, like “Did you go to college?” and “Do you have any siblings?” I decided to interview myself first and use the questions that jumped off of the page. I was looking to learn anything new. Once I started to learn about myself I couldn’t stop researching. I filtered my opinions through science, religion and philosophy.
I became obsessed about who I was and why I am the way I am. This is a general question for everyone with the wildest answers ranging from the genetics of our ancestors to self-powering thoughts and actions. It was the very beginning of the toughest, most exhilarating journey of my life. Certain questions helped me look at myself from an outside perspective. I felt the findings to the questions….
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