There are Four Stages of Preparedness Denial.

  1. 1. It won't happen.

  2. 2. If it does happen, it won't happen to me.

  3. 3. If it does happen to me, it won't be that bad.

  4. 4. If it happens to me, and it's bad, there's nothing I can do to stop it anyway.

History has demonstrated that the masses do not take action to prepare, or even to react with self direction in the face of imminent danger. Most people wait for someone of authority to tell them what to do, where to go, and how to think. This was evidenced with reports from survivors of the "911" collapse of the World Trade Center towers, when people were told to “go back upstairs”.  The survivors didn't! 

Survivors act on their own and take the security of their life into their own hands, relying on their own instincts, that have always served them well.  These individuals that take control of their own destiny may very well be the proverbial “chosen few”, who have made the personal choice to heed the warnings and prepare for themselves and their families, versus becoming victims.



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