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Saturday, September 04, 2010

What Are We Most Afraid Of?

I've seen this question pop up once or twice in preparedness-focused discussion forums. I don't believe I've seen the most bald-faced truth in reply though.

The world is widely recognized to be in a progressive state of relentless ruination today, not in any small part due to ongoing political and corporate manipulation. Few could argue that point today (at least without holding tongue firmly in cheek), though causes are still, I suppose, for some open to debate.

Regardless, when it comes right down to it, the worst possible eventuality is that nothing happens to jolt the train from its tracks and to ultimately reverse course and get us back to a world where common sense is king.

This is what keeps many of us awake at night.
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3 comments:

seth said...

i wholeheartedly agree.

Rourke said...

I wish I could articulate like you -
great post.

I often lay in bed at night thinking of what the future holds - for myself - but more for my kids. There is no certainty - but I just have a very strong feeling "something" will happen.

I certinly hope the train stays on the tracks.

Rourke
ModernSurvivalOnline.com

Drew said...

I especially worry about what the future holds for my children. Honestly at this point I wish the crash would hurry up. Let it happen now while I am young enough to work at the rebuilding with a strong back.

My greatest fear is this will continue into a long steady descent, and we won't be able to turn our country around until I am old and gray. (and hell, I am gray enough already :) )