Tuesday, October 20, 2009

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Thursday’s essay is called, “When what we have is not enough.” There is no sense in waiting until a crisis or emergency hits, you can begin preparation right now that will help you face any accident, disaster, calamity, or catastrophe that you will ever face, and this essay explains in some detail exactly how you can begin preparing right now. It is worth a read just for its practical, utilitarian suggestions.

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Thursday's And Then Some Essay preview:
When what we have is not enough
by Richard L. Weaver II


With your development as a more informed and knowledgeable person, there are several things you can do to make the events, and your feelings about them, easier to bear. First, stay active and useful to feel like you have a sense of control. Second, you must not avoid (run from) the situation; facing it will help you come to terms with it. For example, go to the funeral, view the body, return to the scene, inspect the losses, visit the ill, seek out the injured. Third, talk about your experiences and how you feel about them. Also, listen to others who have been affected. Fourth, be as open to receiving support and comfort from others (the concerned) as you are to giving support and comfort. Fifth, make time and space for you to be alone with your thoughts and feelings. Sixth, maintain your physical and mental health by eating right, sleeping well, and getting enough exercise.

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