Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Are You Ready?


I have some curiosity….

As I have been striving to get closer and closer to nature… per se. Meaning striving to live in harmony with the planet. Rid myself and my people of harmful impurities that cause premature aging and dis-ease (I sound like one of them don’t I?), I have begun to be more and more interested in the “Prepper Lifestyle”

The God and I were on a nature walk and we got to talking about what is edible out doors and what is not. We all know that the prevalent devil-driven 85% culture is doomed to fail. We know this! What happens when it does come crashing down? No other country is going to come to our rescue. So when EVERYTHING collapses, what will you do?

And don't think the government will save you. Where where they in Katrina and or Haiti? iSht can and will happen. The question is should it happen to you, are you prepared or will you be knocking on my door?

I have long been a proponent of doing things the old fashioned way. I refuse to keep a microwave plugged up in the house. (There is one unplugged in the garage to heat up heating pads, that I refuse to use.) I won’t eat food I KNOW is microwaved. I feel like we need to know where and how our food is made. I make as much as I can from scratch (except bread. Bread is hard. Literally and figuratively) and I strive to keep it natural and pure. I can. I freeze. I save. I recycle. I would compost, but that’s nasty. But up to now I haven’t made a “when-all-hell-breaks-loose” plan.

Have any of you?

That’s why I find these blogs and websites so intriguing. him/devils are certain that when isht happens Original people will slide into savagery. But I’m thinking no…. we won’t. I’m thinking that we will be better prepared than they can dream because certain tendencies are innate. Take that however you want. But it has raised the issue of what should folks just have on hand? Survival kits and such. It’s got me really thinking and planning.



The Original Wombman said...

I think it's very important to think about survival. I keep a grab-and-go bag ready and I really try to keep my pantry stocked with enough food for a month. We also have emergency supplies (flashlights, batteries, canned foods, etc). More important that all of this, I believe, is knowing that the isht can in fact hit the fan and having the attitude of being ready to go if that's the only option (which means having enough cash on hand to get out of dodge) or having a (realistic, implementable) plan to stay.

Serenity Love Sincere Peace Earth said...