In survival situations, there are simple tasks, and there are difficult tasks. When you really think about it, you're either going to have no problem doing something or really need to work at it in order to accomplish that task. However, with enough skill and training, as well as some helpful gear, you can make almost any task easy.
After you hit that point, you truly do become a master prepper. You're able to handle yourself in virtually any situation, can make quick work of any threat that presents itself. Yet, I hate to say it, but I don't think too many of us are fully master preppers yet.
Sure, a lot of us are very skilled and have some expertise, yet there are always going to be some things that are challenging for most of our lives. Specifically, it's the forces of nature.
Now when you think of a force of nature that you can't overcome, you tend to think of deadly animals or natural disasters. However, there's actually a much more common force of nature that can prove an equal problem to us.
Traveling is a big part of survival, so when you come across a raging river, you'll have some troubles moving onward. That's the force of nature that's so common yet problematic; it gets in our way, yet can be nearly impossible to cross.
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