Extreme weather exists. So does extreme behavior. Sadly, many of us have been adversely affected by both.
It’s hurricane season. When I say hurricane–which name comes to mind: Andrew, Katerina, Charley, Isaac?! When I say extreme behavior…is there a name that comes to your mind as well? Have you survived both?
Congratulations and Keep on Surviving!
Are you prepared for the extreme? Blizzards, tropical storms, lightening storms, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, tsunamis… Many of us are watching and alert for extreme behavior that could be likened to tough weather.
Forgiveness is a quality needed to weather an emotional storm.
Thanks for Reading “Part 2:Forgiveness Fixes,” and coming back to continue our on-going “Forgiveness, Part 3″ conversation…
Obviously, we know the benefits of preparedness for extreme weather. If it’s hurricane season, you have to be ready, alert and watchful. Discerning as well. You need extra water, batteries, food, a generator…the list goes on. Please check out this list from the Weather Channel.
“Here are some of the most critical supplies to have on hand, well before a hurricane threatens:”
- At least a 3-day and preferably a 7-day supply of water (one gallon per person per day)
- Non-perishable food
- Formula, diapers, and other baby supplies
- Manual can opener
- First aid kit
- Prescription and non-prescription medicines
- Cell phones and battery-powered cell phone chargers
- Battery-powered radios and flashlights
- Plenty of batteries
- Extra cash
- Blankets, sleeping bags, books, and games (especially if evacuating)
The reality is: someone in the near future may hurt us in one way or another. Extreme behavior exists.