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Are Your Emergency Supplies Ready?

I posted this last year, but with the events of the past week I think it is a good time to remind everybody to keep prepared as much as possible. Our world is constantly changing and you never know what may happen and it’s always best to be prepared.

Can you leave your home in a moments notice with everything you need to keep you going for three days? In our everyday changing world it is important that we take precautions and be prepared for any and all the emergencies. You never know when some sort of disaster may hit and the only way to successfully survive without problems is preparedness. We often hear about this, but we do not take action and get prepared.
What I plan on doing here is outlining why you need to be prepared and what you should have ready at all times. It’s time to have your emergency supplies ready because you do not know what tomorrow brings.
If a person, or a family prepares for what-ever type of emergency they think could possibly affect their lives, such as tornado, hurricane, floods, fire, snowstorms, earthquakes, gas explosions, sniper attacks, terrorist attacks, they earn what is truly important in life….independence.

Once you and/or your family are no longer dependent on others to supply heat, electric, food, water, and shelter for you/your family, you become independent. When you are independent, you loose a great deal of fear you might have. Best of all, you are now in the position to help your friends and neighbors.

You will not be the person standing in a line, hoping the Government swoops down to help you.

Independence, self reliance, being able to hold your head up knowing you can handle anything that life throws at you. That is what makes emergency preparedness important.

By the way the Government hates and fears people who are prepared, because it takes away their control. I am always telling you not to listen to the media or trust the government. There are so many reasons for this. But for now we are going to concentrate on getting you ready for any emergency.

Here are some of the basics that I have done to be prepared for any emergency. I have two years of food storage and bottled water, the water in clear plastic not white plastic, in my pantry. I’m stocked with all kinds of emergency and camping type supplies. I have a backup power source called an inversor that runs on batteries and will keep power going for at least three days. I also have a water tank with 500 Gallons of water to supply my home. I have a backup of medical supplies for almost any situation as well as any minor surgery or physical injury.

Your Flee Bag
I call this your Flee Bag because you would be ready to flee in a moments notice if you had to and have enough to keep you going for at least three days.It’s important to have a duffel bag in your closet, for each member of your family, ready AT ALL TIMES with:
Durable Shoes and Socks
Toothbrush and Toothpaste
Any Medicines That You May Take Daily
Five Small Bottles of Water
Small Flashlight and Extra Batteries
Important Legal Documents And Cash In A Plastic Bag Or Container
A child’s bag should contain some toys, crayons, and paper.

For Animals:
You want to have a bag prepared for your animals with food and maybe even toys. It’s also a good idea to have a cage for your animal because they are going to panic in an emergency and you need to keep them contained.

Your Emergency Kit
A good emergency kit should contain the following:
Minimum 3 Day supply of Food & Water (5 year shelf life) I recommend a five day supply, per person.
First Aid Kit
All Weather Poncho
Hygiene Kit
Signaling Mirror
Flashlight with batteries and a package of extra batteries
Writing Pad & Pen
Signaling Whistle
Leather/Cloth Gloves
Multi-Function Tool
Waterproof Document / Cash Bag
Thermal Blanket
First Aid Kit
6- extra Strength non-aspirin tablet
6 – Ibuprofen tablet
6 – Aspirin Tablet
1 – Antibiotic ointment tube
10 – Antiseptic Cleansing wipes (Sting Free)
10 – Alcohol cleansing pad
10 – 3/4″ x 3″ adhesive plastic bandage
10 – 3/8″ x 1/2″ junior adhesive plastic bandage
3- 1 1/2″ x 1 1/2″ Patch plastic bandage
2- rolls of sterilized gauze
3 – Butterfly wound closure
1- package of sterilized cotton balls
1- First Aid Guide book
1 – Carry Case
I want you to carefully read over this list and start doing the basic thing first having your Flee Bag prepared. Once this is done it is going to trigger you into more action and you will start being more prepared as you build your emergency kit. Remember this is going to keep you and your loved ones prepared for any emergency at all times.

As a Psychic Medium it is my job to see future events and there are going to be more emergencies happening worldwide where people need to be prepared to survive on their own without assistance. When it comes to emergencies you are really on your own and you need to realize this and be prepared. You have seen the examples with Hurricane Katrina and the earthquake in Haiti. God willing you never have to use these things, but it is always better to be safe than sorry.

Do not delay and start making your Flee Bag today!

Great Value in Disaster

Thomas Edison’s laboratory was virtually destroyed by fire in December, 1914. Although the damage exceeded $2 million, the buildings were only insured for $238,000 because they were made of concrete and thought to be fireproof.

Much of Edison’s life’s work went up in spectacular flames that December night. At the height of the fire, Edison’s 24-year old son, Charles, frantically searched for his father among the smoke and debris.

He finally found him, calmly watching the scene, his face glowing in the reflection, his white hair blowing in the wind.

“My heart ached for him,” said Charles.
“He was 67 – no longer a young man – and everything was going up in flames. When he saw me, he shouted, “Charles, where’s your mother?”
When I told him I didn’t know, he said, “Find her. Bring her here. She will never see anything like this as long as she lives.”

The next morning, Edison looked at the ruins and said, “There is great value in disaster. All our mistakes are burned up. Thank God we can start anew.”

Three weeks after the fire, Edison managed to deliver his first phonograph.

“To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.”
Thomas Edison

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