When The Panic Ends
“Much of the American population is in debt, has no savings, and can barely live week to week, so what will happen when they have no jobs, no food, and no staples required to live? How will they heat their homes, buy groceries, pay their bills, and handle medical costs for themselves and their families? How will the elderly fare when they are locked up in their homes and isolated without the ability to be with their families? With mass restrictive laws, and with no ability to travel or receive visitors, how will people cope? The economic reality that is America today is one of debt and consumption, and this extends well into the current middle class. By some studies, 70% of Americans have less than $1000 in savings, so how can a forced economic shutdown caused and implemented by this evil government not cause more sickness, poverty, and death than is possible with any viral concern?”
Now is the time to practice poverty, even if only once a month to teach yourself how to do it. Wear your worst clothes. Go to the Public Library downtown and observe the homeless. Fast, or maybe buy a couple of bananas. Find out who gives away free coffee, or sells it dirt cheap.
You don’t need to sleep under a bridge to see how close you could be to that reality