posted on Oct, 23 2012 @ 04:16 PM
If you have read any of my posts you will see that my family is everything to me. I deeply believe in my responsibility to care for them in every way
and that includes being prepared for the possibility of some type of world chaos in the future. If I learned anything from the Prepper shows on TV
recently, it is that it truly is possible to overdo it and likely to a point of lunacy. Even then, I respect an individual’s right to do what they
believe is best for their own families. Second, it looks like it may be impossible to prepare for all the various possible scenarios. Would the end
or beginning of the end be financial? A rogue comet? World War? CME? Something else?
To be prepared for it all, I guess I have to build an underground house, stock it with lots and lots of rations, sell everything a Can and convert it
to gold, etc, etc. That’s if I try to meet all the details, which by the way, I don’t actually will happen. Don’t forget to include the madness
where the government says it has the authority and even the responsibility to take from some and give to others.
I can guess what most of us have to say about that.
What does it hurt to be prepared just in case, but what exactly do I prepare my family for and how do I prioritize the possible scenarios? If I had
the financial resources, time, and knowledge I might actually be one of those who does it all. Can you help me whither the question down to wherever
common sense lies for those of us with common means and common vs. uncommon finances?