Being in the right head-space is the most important thing if your intention is to survive nature’s life-threatening scenarios.
As pointed out in Cody Lundin’s book, When All Hell Breaks Loose…
“Countless survival stories from around the world and even science itself supports that a positive attitude and mindset is paramount to your living through a survival situation.”
Preparing in such a way that it benefits *you and your family* specifically is also very important!
Going out and buying crap this and crap that just because it’s been preached about in some survival manifesto may not give you the resource items you truly need.
Knowing which natural disasters are most likely to occur in you neck of the woods is vital, especially since I know you are a person that likes to be prepared.
What are some of your survival strategies?
You don’t need to have a whole bunch, but it is key to be able to remember your Top #3, especially when under stress and almost certainly engulfed in fear.
What do you have ready-to-go right now that you could easily grab if it became necessary to evacuate your home at a moment’s notice?
If you could only take 3 things, what three things would you take?
This is one of those questions that you want to think about NOW as opposed to then.
After all, most of us have treasures stuffed in closets, under beds, in lock boxes, on computers, in albums, garages, etc.
Many of us have a difficult time “letting go” when the going ain’t tough, much less when it is.
Spouses, kids, and pets are givens, and go along with the three things.
Infact, if everybody grabs three things, that gives each person an opportunity to take something that has meaning and significance to them.
I would suggest taking one small keepsake that helps to keep you grounded, and focused on your future after the “hell breaking loose” episode is over.
Are you a survivor? And if so, how will you keep you and your family safe, warm, and cared for when and ever if the time comes???
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