Xavier. This gloriously wise and compassionate man once questioned and continues to question his place in this world and what the world means as a whole. "What doth life" is a question that his computron couldn't seem to process because, due to the mechanical brain within the computer, his own question caused the machine to lag due to the unorganic question being unanswered. He trekked far and wide in order to find out what he means and why he means what he means. Even after he suffered harassment from his former public school crush and from an educational staff member via both of them kicking him in the gonads interchangeably. His question was answered when he found his identical twin from an alternative plane of existence causing him to have a selfoff to see who's the most real out of the two of them combined. With the winners being the both of themselves, they part and venture off to a better tomorrow. Xavier Renegade Angel and Rick And Morty existentially proclaim that the Homo Sapiens Sapiens Existential Crisis of wanting to find the meaning of existence is meaningless. Life itself is just a series of biological processes that cause us to feel love, know loss, suffer pain, want, cheat, rally, unify, separate, and destroy just like any other Organism on Eath. This week has been rough for my home country (which isn't my country. 400 years ago I happened to have had my ancestors coerced into coming to North America (not unlike Pennywise coercing Georgie into "floating" with him in the sewers...). With my true place of origin being somewhere in West Africa, I happen to have Cherokee ancestry and Iltaliano ancestry. Finding information about my Cherokee and Italiano ancestors had been extravagantly simple to find and equally challenging to research. As for my West African Ancestry, I'll have to do physical research when the time comes. But, for now, Xavier, Rick, Morty, Beth, Summer, and all of the friends I have yet to meet after college will be able to understand where I come from and why I've become nihilistic. Pain is temporary. Love is eternal.