Doing, Vs. Talking

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Doing, Vs. Talking

Post by absinthe beginner » Sun Oct 01, 2017 9:42 am

https://brushbeater.wordpress.com/2017/ ... s-talking/

"So I’ve had a lot of recent emails asking a lot of questions…several boiling down to Just Where the Heck Have You Been????

In short, I’ve been getting my family more off-grid ready than we already were. My family includes my closest friends and my neighbors; people that really matter in the long run. I’ve been working hard in the meatspace. I’ve been organizing folks, locally, and sizing up resources. Not in a militant sense- but just strengthening bonds. I’ve broke down the barriers with neighbors that I just didn’t have the time previously to get to know as well as I should have, being surprised at just how many really do come out of the woodwork. And most important, I’ve tried to get better with the Lord. I’ve a had a lot more fun too."

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Re: Doing, Vs. Talking

Post by woodsghost » Sun Oct 01, 2017 9:50 am

Good stuff. I"ve been strengthening my own networks & relationships, and trying to grow new networks as I"m moving to a new city. I"ve also been helping a friend, and through my actions and some other things happening he is feeling at strong need to reach out more and develop those personal relationships.

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Re: Doing, Vs. Talking

Post by teotwaki » Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:17 am

The article ends on a good note

"I don't plan on simply surviving, miserably, out of a ‘bugout bag’ or non-stop running and gunning like a Jerry Ahern fantasy. Living out of a ruck ain’t fun, and you can’t do it indefinitely. Neither is learning how to take care of your family after the fact. Figure out ways to move to a more sustainable lifestyle. Get with other folks in your community, locally. And take a lot of what you ‘see’ on the internet with a big grain of salt. Don’t forget to enjoy life a bit while you’re at it."
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