End of the World

@loveyevi (513)
United States
January 29, 2009 1:13pm CST
So lets say that tomorrow aliens invaded, nuclear winter was imminent, or maybe the super volcano erupted under Yellowstone National Park Erupted and put us in a new ice age (which some believe may happen soon.) Would you be prepared? Do you have adequate survival equipment in your house for such a disaster? What would you do after the fact? Would you be depressed as to how many people died from whatever happened? Could you go on?
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@lokiblitz (169)
• Philippines
29 Jan 09
I think a lot of people are not prepared for that horrible thing.And if ever i would be the last one on earth,I think i wont last long.Theres no more purpose to live.
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@loveyevi (513)
• United States
29 Jan 09
Yes for me as well it would be hard to go on. But I think you are underestimating the survival instinct in all of us.
@capirani (1841)
• United States
29 Jan 09
I believe in what the Bible says will soon happen. It is not going to be as sudden as all of that you mentioned. There are signs available to be seen and preparation is simple. Believe in Jesus Christ and His sacrifice of His life for all of us, receive that gift of salvation. The Bible tells exactly what is about to happen to the world. It hasn't been until this age of technology that all of it has been possible.
@loveyevi (513)
• United States
29 Jan 09
Thank you for your response. I do not put much stock in the bible, but I appreciate you bringing a new aspect to this discussion and respect your believes. It may not be so sudden as I said, do you believe you will be ready for it when it comes?
@capirani (1841)
• United States
29 Jan 09
Yes I believe I am ready. That is because of Jesus Christ and that He is my Lord and Savior. You said you don't put much stock in the Bible. Have you ever read it? And if you have, did you read it without allowing any preconceived ideas about it to interfere? Give it another try.
@josephb (219)
• Malta
29 Jan 09
OMG I hope this will never happen It will be really bad really really bad no internet , no computer , no music , no roof or detroyed house, deaths etc... just horrible
@loveyevi (513)
• United States
29 Jan 09
Yes all the various things we have grown accustomed to would most likely be destroyed and that would force us to get back to our ancestors roots and get back in touch with out inner animal. Thanks for the response.
@snowy22315 (47074)
• United States
29 Jan 09
I dont know if I would want to survive such a situation. I think it would be very difficult and I think that I would want to have my loved ones with me if I didnt I think it would be very hard to survive such a situation. You probably wouldnt even want to.
@loveyevi (513)
• United States
29 Jan 09
Thank you for your honesty. For me it would be hard to say I wouldnt want to survive without my loved ones. I think in times of trouble we make strong bonds with whoever is around us and we would come to accept in time to keep going. If you did survive such a situation without your loved ones, would you take your own life or just not try very hard to survive?
@tinkerick (1256)
• United States
29 Jan 09
I doubt I'm prepared for any disaster of such magnitude, but if I was to survive the actual event, I'd make do with whatever I found. I'm an extremely resourceful person so with luck and a bit of creativity I could make things that I needed. Of course it would be a terrible loss to get over that many people dying as well as the animals and nature. But if you were to live through that, then there must be a reason for it. Therefore one should not give up, but carry-on.
@loveyevi (513)
• United States
29 Jan 09
Being a resourceful person would help a lot. I received a two week survival kit recently from my mom. So I will at least with luck survive that long. It would be very hard to get over so many deaths for me too, but I strongly believe in the survival instinct and I imagine I also would try to go on. If im still im still here and have to make the most of it. Thanks for the response.
@Lore2009 (7389)
• United States
29 Jan 09
I don't think I will be prepared, but I can't underestimate myself either. I hope it doesn't happen.