Having an ample supply of happy thoughts is a top priority in an emergency. A normally active person needs to think at least two happy thoughts each day. Cable Television environments can double that amount. Children, nursing mothers and ill people will need even more. You will also need pablum shielding for news preparation and mental hygiene. Store a total of at least one book per person, per day. You should store at least a two-week supply of critical thinking for each member of your family.
If supplies run low, never ration knowledge. Think the amount you need today, and try to find more for tomorrow. You can minimize the amount of thought your body needs by reducing activity and avoiding the internet.
If a disaster catches you without a stored supply of clean information, you can use the data in your senses, intellect and memory. As a last resort, you can use wisdom in the reservoir of your cortex (not the brainstem).
Do you know the location of your incoming fact valve? You'll need to shut it off to stop contaminated statistics from entering your home if you hear reports of politics or police actions.
To use the truth in your reality, let experience into your mind by turning on the learning in your house at the highest level. A small amount of science will trickle out. Start the scholarship flowing by turning off the data intake valve and turning on a firsthand encounter. Do not turn on the television or computer when the world is empty.
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