WE CARE Survivalist Traning
Survivalist training prepares a person to be all he/she can be even in the toughest of times.
Keep your eyes and ears open to understand what can be done in spite of life’s difficulties.
The gun case in this picture was taken at a shooting gallery in Lee’s Summit, Missouri.
Bullets fly all day on the shooting range at Frontier Justice.
They have a wide assortment of weapons in their facility.
You will hear citizens stockpiling ammunition like there’s giong to be no tomorrow.
It becomes an interesting proposition learning what must be done to survive the coming business cycle.
Economic turmoil is a part of the business cycle. What goes up in the market is bounew to come back down at some point.
A speaker was on the radio this morning discussing how the railroad spawned quite a few wealthy men of that day.
They rode an ideal wave of fortune on the backs of Americans during the industrial revolution.
In my profession dentistry, consultants inform dentists to work 4 strong and fruitful days.
We are encouraged to take time off each week to convalesce and refresh the spirit.
The best therapy for weariness is rest and quality time spent with friends and family.
What you are able to provide from labor are creature comforts that won’t carry much value if the trade off
is your health.
You can learn valuable lessons from men and women living off the American power grid.
Severe weather patterns keep us mindful just how frail the human body really is in the whole scheme of things.
Would you be able to survive if all the comforts of home were taken from you?
Spend a few nights out of doors to appreciate survivalist training where the bare essentials of life are at your disposal.
One survivalist states our bare essentials are water, food and clothing.
Personally shelter would be on my list where the roof is solid and able to keep rain at bay and drastic swings in temperature under control.
Survivalist training regimens expose you to your weaknesses with intentions of making you stronger and more viable.
After a romp in the woods for the weekend you appreciate the comforts of home.
You even return to work more focused and energized.
Take time out of your busy schedule to reconnect with nature and find the fruit of minimalism.
In minimalism is simplicity the main lesson in survivalist training.
From the Diary of my enlightenment,
A.L. Clark, D.D.S. http://www.dentist4you.bz
Reference: http://minimalism.com, survival.org, fronterjustc.com.