Episode 29 S1-29
Traveling With Your Supplies
Day After Disaster Ch 29
James E. Hart
When You Are Moving A Lot of Supplies
Your #1 concern is going to be safety.
It will be a very hard road. You will be contending with debris and blazing your own trail.
You won't be able to do this quietly.
Have your rifle ready and pointed at anyone who approaches.
Train with your rifle so you can hit your mark.
You Must Be Able to Read People!
Identify what an individual's body language is telling you.
A lot can be told from how people care for themselves.
Point your rifle at the individual who appears to be in charge. Watch the others closely
How Do You Rationalize Taking Another Life In a Wartime or Survival Environment
You have to be confident that you made that decision for your own survival.
When all is said is done don't look back, move on.
Get the right mental attitude. You're going to win or you're not.
Featured Quote From Today's Chapter:
"I am done feeling sorry. I am done wondering what if."
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