- Renee Daniels-Mantle, MFH, Big Sky Hounds
There must be something innately human about our quest to find our roots. We subtly gravitate to the familiar and seek our people, history, culture, our tribe. Most of us wonder why we like the things we like and ponder how we become who we become, especially when there is no practical evidence in the present to support it. Perhaps this is apparent in America more than anywhere, where most of us are displaced from another place with a longer, more romantic past and we wear our heritage like a badge that somehow differentiates us from the rest.