Monday, May 4, 2015

Survival’s first lesson: Staying out of trouble

 survival lesson

Looking for goods and usable items during the war often meant I got myself in some weird situations and scenarios. I knew lots of guys who risked their lives just to get to some destroyed places because they knew they could find some items that meant a lot for them personally but actually those items were useless in given situation around us at that time.

But people often act like fools and if you find yourself in a survival situation it is the perfect time to lose your life if you act like fool.


  1. I've always said that the true survivor is a nobody. An unknown. He or she avoids conflict, stays out of trouble, dresses simply and humbly, is kind to all, and always has a plan to escape or avoid fights. They are the most mundane and monotonous people. They are your grandmother who has a gun in her coat pocket. They avoid crowds, seem like they are scared to go out, and love their easy chair more than that late night run to the burger joint.

  2. My worst problem is staying out of trouble

  3. It's amazing how much trouble you can get into, just by minding your own business and expecting others to mind their own business.