A Spicy Piece of Grit
The man Señor Hankito was raised to call father looked nothing like him. In the early years he thought nothing of this but as the young Hankito explored the lands treating with the people he began to notice things that were never told to him. His father Hernan did not care for the people of his land but rather for what the people of his land could do in service. It took many years for Hankito to realize what must be done but eventually it became clear that life in the new world would be better off without his usurper father.
Señor Hankito chooses to remember Hernan not for the distant and stern figurehead he was but instead for the most valuable lesson he would ever teach; be bold in your pursuits and you will find unseen allies.
Señor Hankito would not go on to be a great leader and you will not find him in the history books. But there is more to history than what is written down.
“Spice brings the variety to life”