A resilient life requires us to be personally prepared, financially independent and living in a community prepared to help its neighbors.
When something is resilient, it can bend without breaking and quickly spring back to its original condition. In everyday life, it means we can absorb a shock and be able to go on with our lives.
- being prepared for emergencies
- taking advantage of opportunities
- creating the personal, financial and time freedom needed for us to pursue our dreams.
- designing communities prepared to work together to care for all their people.
- creating a sustainable local and global community for our great grandchildren to grow up in.