Emergency Preparedness – Thinking Outside The Box?
“A rut is an open-end grave,” said A. Theodore Tuttle to a young missionary in South America. “Do something interesting and different every day of your life, that you have never done before,” he counseled.
In a techno society, imagination is the greatest ingredient to innovation. But, before you start thinking outside your preparedness box, think about what is in it. Item #1 – self-sufficiency is having the where with all to overcome life’s unexpected disruptions and continue providing living essentials, and Item #2 – response-ability says you have a plan and can get immediately into action to meet those needs.
“I have my 72 hour kit,” is a common comment. However, what will you have to work with after 72 hours? The home preparedness life style suggests that an emergency could last for more than a week, month, or a year. “If you faced a year without a harvest, how much food would you store,” asked a consultant? Can you see the need for a minimum two year supply to get through to the next harvest?”
‘Set and forget’ programs spoil, or waste on the shelf. Everyday is practice day for dooms day. Before you start thinking outside the box, use all you have in your box. THEN, GET A BIGGER BOX.
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