"I wonder, was it that makes me who I am? Is it genetics, nature or nurture...."
Well, I can't tell you what makes you you, lady, but I can tell you what doesn't: your genetics. Personally, I think that what makes "you" you is what you do, not what your bloodline reveals about your ancestors. Who you are related to, what part of the world your family "originated" from (come on, we all originated from the great rift valley in East-Central Africa) etc....none of this will compensate for a life you don't feel you adequately contributed to with your own actions. Being related to someone important doesn't make you important. Get over yourself.
Also- so many of these ads highlight relatives "finding each other" and "strengthening family bonds." But I'd like to see at least ONE that features two people who THOUGHT that they were full siblings but discover through DNA testing that mom was having a little fun on the side which finally helps explain why they look so different. Surely SNL has done a sketch with this theme but because I haven't watched the show in decades I've missed it? Don't tell me that these tests have every bit as much potential to fray family ties as they do to strengthen them.
But getting back to the woman in this ad- if you are looking for the meaning of your life in a vial of spit, well, I don't mean to be overly harsh, but you've done very little with that life and you know it. Encourage your kids to do better.