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What's in a name?

“If you want to go fast, go alone.  If you want to go far, go together”. – African Proverb


Lone Wolf



The Community Prepper takes the opposite approach to the “lone-wolf” viewpoint of survival.  The lone wolf can survive or be self-sufficient in the initial emergency, but they will soon learn that it takes a community to prosper.  As in life, we’ll need a community of like-minded people survive and thrive in less-than-optimal situations.


Your community is the people you currently engage with on a daily basis.  These people may be the ones you rely after a disaster situation.  Can you rely on your neighbors to help?  Will you have extra resources to help them?  If not, you’ll need to step up your efforts in your preparedness through knowledge, equipment and skills.


The above quote can best describe the Community Prepper’s philosophy as it pertains to prepping.  In the initial emergency, you’ll want to move fast.  This may mean traveling on foot, bugging out, getting home or fleeing a disaster zone.  Eventually things will settle back down.  This may take a few hours, weeks or months.  Eventually a strong community will rebuild some form of semblance to get back to a way of life we once knew. 


Are you a lone wolf or a Community Prepper?

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