from Ready Nutrition:
September hasn’t exactly been a stellar month for hopeful events. In the last month, our economy came close to buckling (and in many other parts of the world), the CDC issued a nationwide “heads up” about the bubonic plague, an asteroid was going to hit Earth, and the notorious Blood Moon Prophecy sent many into a state of panic. In fact, many Mormons believed this Blood Moon was a sign of the end times and caused church leaders to issue a public statement on the matter. Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints told its 15 million worldwide members that they should be ‘spiritually and physically prepared for life’s ups and downs,’ but urged them not to take speculation from individual church members as doctrine and ‘avoid being caught up in extreme efforts to anticipate catastrophic events.” This statement then prompted a widespread shortage of dry goods at the LDS food pantry warehouses because members felt they needed to prepare.
It’s hard not to jump to conclusions when events such as these occur so closely together. I have been prepping for many years and have seen many prophecies come and go that tested my faith and my resolve. They caused me to prepare more earnestly and to get the message out as best I could. In all honesty, on more than one occasion I really worked myself up about these impending dates and went into full on doomer fatigue. I withdrew from family and friends, I had anxiety and couldn’t do daily functions. I remember just wanting to sit on the couch and do nothing. My articles even reflected a very negative line of thinking and a bleak mental outlook. I was in a state of shock and allowed myself to go to the “dark side” (Thinking that the world will end will do that to you).
Pulling Yourself Out of the Dark
“Every man thinks, lives and acts in exact accordance with the belief which is rooted in his inner most being.” – James Allen
After those TEOTWAWKI dates that I had worried about in the past came and went, I breathed a sigh of relief and was ever so thankful they didn’t happen. Of course, the hard part began; I had to find a way of pulling myself out of that negative thinking cycle. I think we can all agree that the bunker mentality is a difficult mindset to stay in and has a lasting effect. After all, if you don’t believe that the world is ending and humanity has no future and that there is no hope, what can you believe in?
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