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Be Self-Sufficient in Case of Emergency, Part 1 of 2

2023-01-18
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With disasters occurring more frequently due to climate change and increasing instability around the world, it’s critical to be prepared, self-sufficient, and independent in case of an emergency situation. It’s critical to have certain essential items such as food, water, light, power, fuel, solar and or hand-crank radio for news, etc., on hand in an emergency, and it costs relatively little to have an adequate supply. In part one of this series we’ll focus on water and food.

Most survival guidelines suggest storing one gallon (3.8 liters) of water per person per day in case extra is needed for washing, cleaning, wound care, etc. Various types of personal filtration straws allow you to drink clean filtered water directly from a freshwater source, such as a pond or lake. The American Red Cross from the United States suggests keeping a two-week supply of water in the home when sheltering in place is required and a three-day supply to take with you in case you need to evacuate.

Keeping food for an emergency is simple and cost-effective. If stored properly, many foods we eat daily can last for years or even decades on our shelves. The key to making non-perishable foods last, whether they’re dry or canned, is to keep them in a cool, dark, and dry environment.

Did you know that many weeds are edible and contain more nutrients than vegetables? The world’s most common edible weed is the dandelion. As we prepare for the uncertain times ahead, the best thing we can do is learn to be as independent as possible.

Our Most Beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai (vegan) shared these wise words with global viewers during a conference with Supreme Master TV team members (all vegans) in July 2020: “Self-sustain as much as possible. Even if you have balcony, you can plant things to eat. If you have land, you plant crops, you plant vegetables, you plant fruit trees. Be self-sustained as much as possible. Anyone. Anyone who listens, and disciples, of course. Plant organic food as much as you can. Self-sustained as much as you can.”
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