posted on Sep, 12 2017 @ 08:52 PM
Sadly, I've come to the conclusion that if TEOTWAWKI actually occurs, that i will not be among the survivors. That is for the young. I'm of an age
where I get social security. I don't think that I can survive.
I live in the country in a house that I built when I was young. We have solar panels and buy food by the case so I think that I will last longer than
most but I just don't have the strength that I used to have. We do have solar panels, and I'm still very crafty. I've build several houses, I have
tons of knowledge but no longer have the physical ability that I think will be necessary for survival.
So I'm just enjoying my life and not worrying about the the worst case scenarios. At some point, you have to realize that you will not be among the
survivors no matter how well you have prepared.
I am loving my life and hope that the worst never happens. I would recommend a book called "One second after" for all those reading this. Survival is
a matter of luck, initially, and planning for the long term. If you need meds, how will you get them? If you have parents or others in facilities what
will you do? Are you living a sustainable life now? If not, you will not survive.
It takes an incredible amount of effort to provide food for your family for a year. Right now, you can buy a years worth of freeze dried food for not
much. One second after TEOTWAWKI, you won't be able to get your hands on anything you need.
Good luck and God bless