from Survival Blog:
If you are reading this, you are a member of a relatively small, unique group of people. You have pulled your head from the sand and are no longer blinded by Normalcy Bias: the belief that tomorrow will be like any other day, week after week, year after year. You see the signs and know that the relative tranquility we have enjoyed won’t last. You feel deeply that preparation is essential; you want to live.
There are a lucky few, with a stone castle and mote high in a mountain retreat, who clutch their custom AR-15s to their chest while watching for the sky to fall. However, most of us get up and go to work every day, grateful to make it home to put another day to bed. We know we need to do more to prepare, but how?
I am in awe of the vast knowledge base in the prepper community. Never have people been so creative and inventive, open sourcing their ideas to help others. Personally, I marvel at the ingenuity shown toward self-reliance. However, being prepared is more than having a ready bug-out bag and a tricked out emergency escape vehicle.
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