History is important for numerous reasons.
We share a common experience that binds us together.
Our roots, which is basically our round .
and where we come from. Society can build upon past accomplishments, and .
it also helps us to speculate the future.
The first, and most significant reason history is important is because .
we learn from our mistakes. If there was no history then everyone would .
make the same mistakes over and over. That is why it is very good for .
someone of high rank in the United States Military to know a good sum of .
history. They can review what their past commander's faults were and not .
make the same mistakes over. As in any job, if you can evade any mistakes .
you or someone else made in the past then you would run a more efficient .
working place. An intelligent person would not make the mistakes .
themselves but learn from other people's mistakes. For example, if my older .
brother were to get burned by an iron, I would be very careful the next time .
I use the iron, since I would have the same chances of getting burned if not .
The second reason history is important is because we share a common .
experience which binds us together as a country, society, and people. We an .
relate with our neighbors, peers, or even someone off the street if we could .
have the same cultural background, the reason is because we know where .
the other person is coming from and essentially how their parents brought .
them up. If we didn't have history than we would not have any thing to share .
with one another. For example imagine if you didn't know where you came .
from, who any one else was, or where they came from. You just know that .
everyone was there when you got there. Then you would really have no .
races or anything. You would just have "that's how that person looks and .
that's it”. You don't know if your ancestors were related with that person. .
The reason having races is important is because people tend to help out each .