Survival is constant learning, for me and for you, for everybody, no matter how “tough” you think you are, or resilient or smart. As soon as you start to think you are a master of survival or some kind of expert, you are doing something wrong in your philosophy.
The whole series of events that have been happening around us everywhere lately we can be used for learning and understanding. It can help us to be better prepared.
We are living with a new set of rules – and not the ones from the government. When everything changes, the rules of society change too. If you want to survive, you must adapt to them early.
“Boiling of the frog”
We all know the story about two frogs. It goes in a way that if a frog is thrown in boiling water it will jump immediately out because otherwise, it will end up dead. The other frog that is in a pot of cold water will sit calmly in it while water is slowly getting warmed to the point of boiling, and that frog will end up dead because the change from cold to boiled water happened gradually, and the frog did not recognize the danger.
We are mostly frogs sitting in warm water, not yet boiling but we might be close to that point.
Let’s recognize the danger.
Adaptation can be good or bad.
Humans have a magnificent ability of adapting to the circumstances and events around them. Well, most of us do.
My personal experiences there are very rich, and while it is something that goes very deep into human psychology I will mention the practical side of it.
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