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Law of Conservation of Energy

Have you ever watched the wise animals of the woods? Have you ever noticed that the smarter an animal is, the slower they usually move in there everyday activities? A wise ol buck is usually the last to enter a danger zone and the first one to leave. We should all take lessons from the sages of the woods. An old animal has to be incredibly diligent and mindful to survive many years in the wilderness. You will notice that other than moments when animals are playing that they are always conserving energy. Animals do not concern themselves with petty endeavors, only those that will sustain their life longer. Survival is all about expending less calories than you consume and as survivalists we should try to mimic the masters of the wilderness by following there example.

All creatures in the animal kingdom understand that for every extra movement or exertion of energy means they will have to find and consume more food. The old wise buck moves slowly and we should take our model from God’s creations when I say that we should slow down and be like the Ole Buck. Most animals you see killed are as percentages go, mostly from the very youngest of the harvest. The old Buck lives to be old because he moves slow and is prudent before he takes action. He thinks before he moves and is always aware of his surroundings.

As survivalists we must surrender to that code when we are immersed in the bush. Slow down and absorb your surroundings! Read the landscape so that you know what bounties it holds. That is why we practice the skills we teach heavily because when the time comes to survive then you must have mastered the technique in order the keep the Law of conservation of energy. The scout is deliberate and does all things with forethought. When you look at the woods open your eyes wider and don’t let yourself focus too much on one thing. By focusing, you cause your mind to be tunneled. If your vision is always tunneled then you will miss much of your environment. Focusing your mind on one thing is fruitful in modern endeavors but can be a liability in the woods. You should practice absorbing all the things in your environment like a computer, seeing all and hearing all but not focusing your attention to one specific thing. When you focus your thoughts to much on one thing you will miss other things happening in your area. See as the owl does and move as the wise ole buck.

My advice to all survivalists is to remember to watch the animals more in their daily pursuits. Notice how efficient each species is at surviving in their environment! Most people forget that the animals live in the wilderness all the time, and that they should be our true teachers on how to survive!

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