It’s Friday! Hoping you have great plans in the works for the weekend, and want to share with you a little bit of “Preponomics Homework” to inspire your thoughts, and encourage the ongoing development of your preparedness plans.
First the background, and the question follows…
Background: Preppers understand that even the best efforts cannot prevent every adversity, and are typically found building skills and stocking supplies with the goal of surviving a disaster “after the fact”. They’re wise to do so because there are no good substitutes for practiced skills and a solid stash of supplies. These are essential when navigating forward through a survival scenario. Even so… Preppers, many of whom understand risk aversion quite acutely, all too often fail to engage preventative efforts where those involve political and cultural concerns. A serious danger in this is that there is no true escape from the environment that surrounds us all. While preparing to survive the aftermath of any catastrophe, we should also do everything we can in the present to prevent such a catastrophe from unfolding. Prevention is our first place position as people committed to preparedness.
The Question: How can you maintain your preparedness efforts and survival planning while simultaneously working to prevent the very adversity for which you are preparing? HINT: Survival is one of those pass-fail kinds of courses. A passing answer shall not include “there is nothing I can do”.
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