People are in a holding pattern
- Big changes are coming
- We would say that important needs…
- Anything that you will need in the future…
People are in a holding pattern. They don’t know what to do, or which way to go. Should they pretend that everything is okay as the news would want you to believe? Some how they know in the back of their mind the news is probably not the truth, it’s just news stories that are scrubbed for content and are mostly propaganda – designed to make people feel good.
Or, should people pretend that big changes are coming and work in a direction that offers them security in the future by making sacrifices now? Should they start prioritizing their future needs and addressing any important ones starting now?
We would say that important needs, no matter which way you are leaning, should be clean water and food. Everybody, no matter how you are feeling about how things are now, will need it and if you have stored food and water you can always consume it and replace it. You don’t have to go out and buy thousands of dollars of food, just buy what you usually eat. Try to think about your health.
Is there anything that you will need in the future that you may not be able to get? You should certainly have plenty of that. Other than a roof over your head and safe place to stay; food, water and your health are the major things you should be concerned about in an environment of uncertainly and not knowing. Don’t forget about your pets as they have needs too and will have to be healthy in order to protect you and your family. We don’t want to see anyone stressed about the future of their environment. We want to see people prepared.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That worrying too much one way or the other is not a very good use of your time, as most of what you worry about never happens.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because people have never been so scared. Part of the reason they’re scared is that they’re not prepared.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Try living a week without worrying. We bet you can’t do it.
COMMENTARY: To resist these inevitable changes “shifts” is what will cause the worry and stress. When did people stop using common sense? Your grandparents always had a surplus of food, water, medical supplies and other practical things on hand. They didn’t live in these uncertain times, yet they took precautions. They didn’t rely on a government safety net, they had too much pride to take handouts. There’s no need to worry or panic, just do the prudent thing – get prepared.