A lot of times we talk about jungle survival kits. Of course, you’ll never know when you’ll get deserted in a jungle or some island where there are no convenience stores nor portable toilets. When coming across such a situation, the top priority of course is how to survive.
We are now in a day in age where it’s almost automatic for us that when we wake up with a heavy head, we immediately reach for the medicine cabinet and take headache tablets right away.
When faced with a disaster that will limit your activities, or even keep you from going outside your home, are you prepared enough to last the next days or weeks without going hungry?
When I hear the word herbs, I think pizza, pasta, complicated dishes, and television cooking shows. To put it simply, I always associate herbs with cooking spices. But herbs have more to offer than that. Herbs really are “God’s gift to mankind.”
So far, in the history of mankind, there hasn’t been a disaster as big as the great deluge. And if we can learn one thing from it, it’s just like how Howard Ruff said it, “It wasn’t raining when Noah built the ark.” This eight-word sentence majors on this thing alone—PREPAREDNESS.