I saw a Maori proverb that “only by knowing your genealogy can you stick your spear into the earth and have a future.” For the natives of New Zealand, to ignore their origins is cause for embarrassment, shame, discouragement. And there is a Maori family that, until a few years ago, found itself lost as a barnacle in the middle of the desert: they ignored the exact place where one of their ancestors was born

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