Raising vibrations to help humanity
As someone who works in just-in-time supply line logistics, I can attest to the very, very thin thread that our daily infrastructure hangs upon, as described in this article. Our society is minutes-to-hours away from severe shortages, should transportation and/or information networks suffer serious or widespread or prolonged disruption for any reason, such as natural disasters.
This is not a call to fear but rather a wake-up call to a different kind of thinking, which will need to encompass more than an emergency stash that will delay the inevitable for only a short period of time, if it is not destroyed or taken by force, and more than an aggressive self-defense strategy. There is no fortress, no remote location, no amount of resistance that would be sufficient to withstand the pressures of enormous human need that would arise if this infrastructure ever collapses in any widespread way. We would need to very quickly embrace a whole new way of thinking about who we are as human beings and how we do things together. Could enough of us make the leap for such a transformation? Next time you're on the road, look around at all the trucks....