Have you ever noticed that there are those who say the end is near and tell you to bury gold and precious metals, horde cash, collect food and when the excrement hits the oscillator to head for the hills?
Ya ever notice that?
Well my wife and I were talking about it this weekend, since it seemed to be the topic around the neighborhood.
We’ve thought of a new model, a new plan.
How about stay and help.
How about share?
How about teach others things that will help them survive?
How about learning how to survive from your neighbors?
It’s not as much fun as walking dead or game of thrones or a host of other end of the world calamity scenarios.
However we live in real life. We should stay together and help each other.
I know it’s not as sexy as blood spurting, flesh eating, shooting people or hard core sex in the streets but it’s real life.
In my mind it’s highly unlikely that anything close to a melt down of society will even happen. If it does let’s help each other.
Sorry I’d rather help. I’d rather gather food for everyone. I’d rather work together and rebuild the community.
I do believe that these conspiracy zombies will be the problem and they will not be the solution.
Right now they are selling books and videos like crazy. Filling readers with angst and panic.
As an alternative how about growing fruits and vegetables? a little urban farm? A couple of plants of beans or strawberries… It’s not a big production it’s easy.
Being pleasant to your neighbor is pretty easy. Maybe say hi? Hi Joe what do ya know? Hi Ann my name’s Sam. That kind of thing. You’d be surprised.
So don’t get too excited with all the conspiracies that tell of the doom of human society. Those who shout it have shouted it since the beginning.
I enjoy a good conspiracy. Aliens are among us, Vapor trails? Flouride in the water? There are condos on Mars? ? Who shot JR? and etc… good stuff and fun as an academic exercise. But nothing else.
Be at peace. Practice Love. Enjoy your day.
I can’t resist adding a couple more photos.
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