Another TAKI article on “The Talk” to your children on survival. Read and head. I keep this in my “Survival” bookmarks.
Thankfully we don’t have much of a problem around here, but when I travel to Tulsa, OKC or Dallas, look out!
And so are most others. Between talking on their phones, texting, and listening to music, they are easy prey. Most people have no clue what is going on about them when in public. They are simply fixated on going between Point A and Point B or distracted by inward thoughts.
Just look around when you are out and about. You will see the inattention everywhere. You will realize you are often doing the same thing.
Animals in the wild are constantly on alert as they know danger can come at anytime from any place. They have also seen their own kind preyed upon. Perhaps they themselves have been very lucky and escaped a predator. These are lessons which stick.
When in an environment with predators, one needs to develop the same sense and attention to surroundings a common chipmunk does. That begins with actually admitting there might be a danger nearby. Most people in today's society don't even get that far unless they live in the inner cities where the threat is daily obvious.