2 responses to Doomsday Preppers

  1. Tami makes a really good point.
    This was just me as a twenty-two year old slowly coming to grips with the fact that adulthood doesn’t bring any certainty. As a child I walked around thinking everyone aged was smart and confident and holding things together. I feel like one day I must have woken up, looked around and saw the grown world and all it’s dangerous, exciting unfixed variables for what it is: hopelessly unpredictable.

  2. But the truth is, you should always live like there’s no tomorrow. Maybe there wouldn’t be such fear wasted on the un-reality of what could happen. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying don’t be prepared for possibly possible scenarios, but accepting a fear based life will make the end (which inevitably will come) ntothing but a case in regrets about whatever time you had and didn’t use with your heart full- versus hardened.

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