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Hey guys,

Last night’s West World finale was, in my mind, quite excellent.  
It left open the exact same question that Blade Runner left open—
in the instance of Blade Runner its “is Rick Deckard a replicant?”
in West World it’s, “is Dr. Ford an android?”  

West World is a complex series, and much like True Detective
Season 1, we may never exactly know what it is about, only that it
is very good and engenders thought.  Each time you watch it, you
think you get it, only to have it slip away at the last minute—
and the creators of the series experience this too.  They can’t
really explain their creation, they can only create it.

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Like most “deep thought” series, West World delves into the age
old obsession of finding out “who you are.” Such explorations are
fun in a literary sense, but tend to fall a bit short in the
practical sense. One must have both in order to live a fulfilling
life, and while thinking is a very good thing, over thinking is not.

In a practical sense (not a philosophical, which I think equally
important, but disparate from the practical with areas of overlap),
the “who am I” question makes a gigantic, flawed assumption.  It
assumes that “who you are” is static, and once you find out what
it is, you will experience some sort of enlightenment.

But in reality, who you are is not only elastic, not only flexible,
but also ever changing.  “Who you are” changes as you go through
life, and if it doesn’t, you are living a boring life—and hence we
arrive at the answer of “who you are.”

If you live a static, boring, scripted life, you can answer the
question easily—you are someone with a boring life who knows not
only what tomorrow will bring, but what the next decade will bring.  
This sounds bad, but it is not—most people are like this, and
civilization is built on the routine, and the boring. Understanding
that is a good thing.

Most people who read this, however, are not like most people. “We”
reject the boring, preferring a life of experiences, and by that
we only know who we are in the moment, not who we will be tomorrow
or in a decade. Yes, we have traits that generally define our
personality, but even experience can change those.  What we must
embrace is that who we are can only be answered by more experiences,
and that the “who” is ever changing.  This can be disconcerting for
people seeking comfort in certainty and a static life, but that does
not really exist, only the illusion of it does. Sometimes the
illusion stays reality, but often it does not.

Opportunity comes from uncertainty, experience comes from uncertainty,
and who you are comes from uncertainty.  That means who you are IS
uncertain, because it is ever changing.  But don’t run from it,
embrace it…it is the key to a life few people will ever experience.  

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On with the fun,

-John Alanis
“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”

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Art Of Steel, Inc.  
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