We continue the multi-part series of Questions and Answers involving several websites who each take one simple question…..and answer it. This Q&A will continue through Friday.
The other participating sites are as follows:
Today’s Question: How critical will groups and community be during a WROL situation? If important, what suggestions do you have for fostering it?
My thinking on this has really changed over the past year. Trying to survive in a post-collapse world will be very difficult. Existing within a group with diverse skill sets and knowledge will lead to better being able to complete tasks and projects. More people can lead to the ability to make the best decisions – as well as accomplish more work. Everyone has heard the saying, “There is safety in numbers.” So true as more people can patrol more areas and be better able to defend against potential threats.
I can foresee small neighborhoods coming together for the benefit of all. As far as fostering others into preparedness group – good question. I personally have found it difficult. Seems to me that everyone wants to be the leader – the decision maker. Getting everyone to come together and agree on things such as weapons, food, communications – difficult. Also – trying to find those that are serious about the group and willing to take the time and effort to foster it had proven futile for me.
OK folks – how about you? We would appreciate it if you would provide your thoughts, commnts, and maybe even answer the question yourself.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
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