Saturday, June 4, 2011

Survival Semantics - The Best Survival Tool

The best survival tool is the one that is always with you and can be applied in any situation in order to make it possible to survive a variety of threats. It doesn’t matter if you have nothing in your pockets or anything in your hand if you learn to rely on your best survival tool.

What is the best survival tool? It’s your brain. It allows you to make or improvise tools that may be needed. It makes it possible for you to learn new skills or adapt to changing conditions. It controls your emotions so that sound judgments can be made or possible threats can be evaluated. Your brain makes it possible for you to survive almost anything with the proper mindset.

By expanding your knowledge, you can increase the benefits of your best survival tool. Your brain will give you the ability to improvise, adapt and overcome most obstacles. It will feed your creativity and imagination with endless solutions to a variety of problems that may threaten your survival.

There is a simple saying that will remind you of this most valuable survival tool.

Know more, carry less.

Got brain power?

Staying above the water line!



Karl said...

Hey RW,

Nice write up mate...

I might also add, the best survival tool is your brain followed by opposable thumbs to carry out the brains plan... lol.


riverwalker said...

To: Karl

Thanks my friend.

Too often we forget one of the major advantages we have for survival...our brain. Unfortunately, you need to be able to make use of those brain cells to get the best benefit possible.

Opposable thumbs work for me...makes the hands a little more functional.


Karl said...

So true, so true...

Too many in the community get wound up over gear, they forget that knowledge is the basis for all the tasks required to remain in the vertical condition...


Joe said...

GREAT point! So many get caught up in buying a bazillion rounds of ammo or upteen years with of rice, etc. But the supplies is only a third of the process. Increasing your knowledge and building a community of like-minded people are just as important.

Thanks for the reminder.


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