|Forcasting the future?|
A Collapse Situation May Be Closer Than You Think
Hey Prepper Nation,
I see the way most people are living these days, completely in the present. They’ve got a few day’s worth of food, maybe a tool kit in a little box, no supplies put away for a rainy day, maybe a bandaid or two and some Tylenol in the medicine cabinet. Seems to me that they’ve ignored the lessons of the past, and they sure seem blind to the future. Of course, then you have folks who dwell in the past, at least the past they’re comfortable in. They remember the status quo as it was years ago; the U.S. as the world’s only superpower, rich beyond belief. They firmly believe it can’t ever change.
But we preppers are different. We know that things do change, and we adapt to those changes. Preppers live in the present, but we’re re-learning the skills of the past, and we turn an unblinking eye to the events in the future that could lead us into dark times! Preppers work hard at applying the lessons of the past to the present day, and in this way we guarantee ourselves and our loved ones a future!
What will the future bring? Will we have a continuation of the relative peace and prosperity we’ve grown accustomed to? Will some event occur that will throw us into some sort of collapse situation? Gosh, I hope not. I can’t think of anything I’d like more than to die at age 90, with my loved ones whispering in my ear, “What are we supposed to do with all this stuff?
Preparedness and The Future
I don’t have a crystal ball. I can’t predict what’s to come, but I can tell you this: The best way to predict the future is to create it yourself. Put together your food storage, your seeds, your medical supplies, and whatever else will help ensure that your future will be a successful one. Get that hand grain mill, those gardening tools, that stockpile of medicine we’re always talking about.
Use that natural Prepper foresight to get yourself to the point where you’re more insured against catastrophe than the GEICO lizard. You have the power to create your own future; stay positive and use that can-do attitude we preppers have, and you’ll be better off no matter what happens! If Nurse Amy and I can do it, you can too, prepper nation!