Who Am I?

There are people usually asking "Who are you?" and people asking "Who am I?". I do not want to say that the second question is better I only want to stress the difference between curiosity and investigation.

Curious people like to visit, to discuss, to collect. They like meetings, symposiums and conferences. Mass media, theaters and museums are produced by and for curious people. Governments are working with a high element of curiosity - they would like to see what happens after their fishy experiments.

Blessed is that country that has a curious contingent. Investigators are much more dangerous. In fact, they do not like facts, they need consequences. Physicists, mathematicians, philosophers are typical investigators. CIA would also want to know reasons and manipulate with effects.

I am not an investigator. However, I am curious enough to ask: "Who am I?"

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