Here is the third part of this series of guest posts from reader “CC Cooper.” More good insights:
“You can ignore reality, but you cannot ignore the consequences of ignoring reality.”
If we have a definite need, it is to be aware that things happen without advance notice. That knowledge gives us the small advantage to be ready BEFORE danger arrives. It also necessitates the need to be brutally honest with yourself. Accepting the personal responsibility for your own happiness, health, and well-being.
But there’s a price.
A price for inaction that will far outweigh any price you may pay for preparedness or mental awareness.
So, which price are you going to pay? And will you pay with the (fiat) currency in your pocket, the sweat of your brow, time invested in knowledge, or the most precious, your life or that of your loved one’s?
Will you set aside time? Will you “invest” time rather than “spend” time? Will you commit resources that will assist you in your journey or continue down that rut towards oblivion?
Decisions must be made now while you still have the freedom to do so. Procrastination at this point may have dire consequences and impact you and those that rely on you in a verybad way.
Hope that the above snaps some people awake and gives others the determination and assurance that they are on the right track.