To me preparedness is not about storing lots of food, ammo, or creating a 72 hour kit. Those are simply activities that in which someone might be engaged as a result of their convictions of preparedness. Some might be surprised to hear that my idea of preparedness doesn’t even acknowledge the word “emergency.” Instead, I look at preparedness as a state of independence and effort to be independent of providing for myself, my family, and those others I love in the event we’re in the path of one of Life’s Curveballs."Life's Curveballs" happen to all of us. That's why I prepare. To learn more, find out why I have food storage.
January 6, 2011
I found this article on Preparedness Pro a few days ago. I have not read the entire entry. But I loved the beginning: