Survival Skills WILL Save Your Life
Survival skills WILL save your life if you ever need
them. It is unwise to assume that everything you know
will forever stay the same. Things happen and the trains
do not always run on time, and in a land without trees,
the man with toilet paper is king.
Do you have a negative feeling about
"survivalists?" You know, nuts who prematurely move
out of town to go live in a cave and survive on only
locusts and wild honey in case Ivan shoots an atomic
bomb or two off here on the fourth of July?
Mountain men are trained to know where to find
all the edible roots, leaves, and berries, and yet,
mountain men also starve because of poor survival
skills. Don't let this happen to you, city dweller.
What is the more probable scenario? You'll
need your survival skills when lost in Yellowstone, or
you will need survival skills when the power goes out
for an extended period of time at your comfortable home
in the 'burbs?
I contend the latter. I think it's even more
vital for the city boy or city girl to learn at least
the basic survival skills to get them by, to get YOU by,
should the unthinkable happen. Do you have a plan in
place to fill your belly if the grocery stores run out
of eats? I bet not.
Hurricane Katrina was a prime example of what
happens when society breaks down, and you don't have a
boat handy to paddle over to the corner store for your
daily bread and milk. You saw with your own eyes those
poor people there who were wholly dependent on their
lives being saved by the kindness of others.
Sometimes you can't count on
kindness when everything has gone to heck in a hand
basket. You have to depend on yourself.
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FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION
If you are sitting there without two pork and
beans to rub together, I hope you enjoy grass
sandwiches without the bread and mayo, if grass is
available where you live. In a large downtown setting
you'd be hard pressed to find even that.
The answer, of course, is to learn survival
skills and outfit yourself with the basics necessities
of survival. I contend that two weeks of supplies should
suffice. If it takes longer than that for rescue, you
have larger problems anyway, like maybe the return of
the dinosaurs or nuclear warming.
In America, we are blessed in many ways.
However, one can't survive on blessings alone. A little
common sense goes a long way to keep the belly filled
and the spirits up in times of disaster, man-made or
nature made. Hopefully, things will improve before you
must grab a hoe, if you have one, and start digging up
the back yard, if you have one, in search of wild
onions, if it's the season for them.
Do you know how to light a fire without an
electronic push button fire starter? When the water
shuts off, do you know where to find some to drink when
the bottled water runs out? Polluted water doesn't
count. OK? I'm talking, good drinking water.
Survival skills equal survival. Lack of
survival skills equals unburied and totally unsatisfying
misery, including death in the worst circumstances.
Well, actually, the worst case scenario is that you'd be
eaten screaming while still alive by hungry well trained
survivalists if it all goes totally smacko.
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By DR. L. K. HIRSHBERG.
Survival skills (along with a bit
of antiseptic) are necessary when facing THE MOST
VICIOUS creature, the invisible, mysterious foe called
germ, animalcule, bacteria or microbe.
may be the best hater in the world, you may have all
the munitions, all the science of warfare at your finger
ends, you may have trained your battalions of tissues
into all sorts of
warlike pursuits of offense and defense, yet the
unarmed, peaceful microbe will get you lust the same.
Happily, the bacteria tribe can usually be held
at bay until you are about three score and ten. Your
defenses are so made that a kind of trench warfare holds
off this non-hating, none-the-less certain enemy, until
the pneumonia bacteria sail in and end a well-spent
The bacteria and animalcules diphtheria,
smallpox, hydrophobia, malaria, rumen, measles,
tuberculosis, typhus, typhoid fever and others of the
hellish host are for particular reasons not always able
to work their nefarious schemes.
Grown-ups, who in infancy were nursed at their
mother's breasts instead of on a bottle; those whose
ancestors led a rugged outdoor life and survived
accidents and diseases, if unfatigued and in the vigor
of a firm and temperate life, are often endowed with
tissues as resistant to different germs as is the Rock
of Gibraltar Itself.
The muriatic acid in the stomachs of healthful
men and women, if undiluted with alcohol or vitiated by
loss of sleep or the juices of anger and worry, destroys
countless numbers of microbes. Hydrochloric acid not
only digests stones, bones and meat within minute limits
but it sends some malicious germs bent on physical
mischief, to the cemetery over the hill.
In the end. danger to your well being only arises
when these fluids deteriorate from excesses, exhaustion
or an exaggerated estimation of your native strength.
Scratches, cuts and accidents, to be sure, open up
unprotected byways, through which lock jaw and other
infectious germs may gain entrance.
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Barrels & Storage, Tablets & Treatment and a good old
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is a fact that something as simple as a
bottle of water may one day save your life.
the inconvenience of becoming
prepared deprive you of all that you ever
were or ever hope to be.
At the end,
don't think, "I should have paid more
attention to breathing." Don't let it be
you. Don't feed Darwin. Old whisker face is
fat enough. Be the survivor.