Tuesday, May 20, 2014

How to survive the coming cultural storm?

Scholar Says People of Like Minds Must Come Together, Think Beyond the Bunker

Is stockpiling the only way to prepare for a cultural and socio-political crisis? One scholar says no.

“We’re like a ship facing a threatening storm,” says award-winning writer John Horvat II, author of “Return to Order: From a Frenzied Economy to an Organic Christian Society – Where We’ve Been, How We Got Here and Where We Need to Go,” (www.returntoorder.org).

“The natural tendency is to take protective action, like stocking up on supplies. Some people feel the need to withdraw from society in hopes of avoiding the problem all together. Others are so overwhelmed by the vastness of the crisis they simply don’t know what to do.”

Isolation and inaction absolutely won’t save us, Horvat says; we need to think beyond the bunker.

“For the storm we’re sailing into, it’s essential that we do not scatter and isolate ourselves. To survive, we need to look for others of similar mind, defy the culture and find our strength in unity.”

Important Issues Covered by Mr. Horvat in Return to Order

· What are the signs you see that Americans are sailing into a grave crisis?

· Name three things you can do to prepare for the storm.

· What would you tell those who argue that it’s up to the individual to save himself and his or her family.

· What are the dangers of isolation?

· What do you say to the people who say, “We can’t fight big government”?

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