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Survival In One Word: Water

Survival In One Word: Water

Many would think the primary goal in a survival situation is to find your way back to civilization or to be rescued or found. But is the author's goal is to help you realize that the primary and only immediate goal in a survival situation is to survive. If you can survive, then you have a chance to make it back to civilization– if you can survive. Aside from oxygen, the most important thing to obtain in a survival situation is hydration...

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Protect Your Health and Prevent Strokes with the Off-Grid Lifestyle

Protect Your Health and Prevent Strokes with the Off-Grid Lifestyle

Stroke is the third most prolific killer of Americans and perhaps the most feared. Strokes can strike without warning, attacking and damaging the brain irrevocably. Strokes can be fatal, or they can leave their victims permanently disabled. Because of the sudden and mysterious nature of strokes, many people think there is nothing they can do to prevent them from happening. Mainstream medicine has largely remained silent about how strokes can be prevented, acting almost like they are acts of God...

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Off the Grid Goes to the Movies

Off the Grid Goes to the Movies

There is a popular aphorism that says, “Be careful what you wish for.” This could apply quite well to the relationship between the off-the-grid lifestyle and how it has been portrayed by big media and popular culture. On the one ...

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Chicken Pie Times Two

Chicken Pie Times Two

Forget four and twenty blackbirds — chicken pies are in order. Rising food costs don’t mean you have to live on skimpy meals. These hearty pies are dollar smart and completely satisfying. We’ve got two different recipes from two great ...

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The Bible and the American Frontier

The Bible and the American Frontier

American expansion was relentless after the American Revolution.  From 1776 to 1850, settlers pushed into the Mississippi River Valley and then set their sights on Texas and beyond. As they moved outward, citizens in the original colonies felt a duty ...

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Scapegoats and Atonement

Scapegoats and Atonement

“Sister,” she said, “What’s wrong? I mean about me…. Why do they call me the Accursed?” —Psyche in C. S. Lewis’s Til We Have Faces (1956) “It is expedient for us, that one man should die for the people, and ...

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