# Riddle

This is the story of one of many.
This one wishes to tell you its tale.
It's just the same as any...

"I am the sum of a million lives,
my work is all from them.
Each entry is a million knives,
to the furious driver at my back.

"My ancestors, I tower before;
to my son I'll be nothing more
than another knife held to his throat,
another body in the moat.

"When all is said and done,
no more shall I be, nor any of my fathers nor my sons.
I'll be cast into the lot thus far done.
I'm another day older than my father, one day younger than my son."

# Hints

Think $\mathfrak{math}$.
There is a lot of fluff in the riddle. Only a few lines may be generally helpful towards you solving the riddle.

Best of luck, puzzlers-in-arms!