"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."1 I have to confess I squirm whenever I hear these words from Spanish-American philosopher, George Santayana. Endless repetitions have transformed a statement of profound wisdom into a worn-out platitude.
There is also something much worse than forgetting the past. It is remembering the history and being forced to live it over and over again, like the main character in the movie Groundhog Day. In my long years in the financial and e
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