Tuesday, April 22, 2008


by Lyman Rose

Someone was telling me yesterday that it was becoming difficult to buy rice in California. It was being "rationed" at Costco, only allowing one bag per customer. That is a bit frightening. I also read that last year, the U. S. had to import wheat for the first time in decades. Another scary thought. What can we do and where can we turn?

We are told that if we are prepared we shall not fear. That is very true! So how do we prepare for such potentially global problems? We simply prepare ourselves and our families in every way we can. It is our responsibility to obtain some storage and to get out of debt as soon as possible. It can seem overwhelming to think that we need not only to get out of debt but we have to spend money on storage as well! How can we put money toward debt and at the same time put money toward storage when we are living pay check to pay check?

In my book "Winning the War Against Debt" there is a method described in detail complete with a free CD in the book of the program that helps you to get out of debt without paying any more toward your debt than you are now. There is also information on budgeting and saving that will help you to have enough money to do whatever you need to to prepare for anything that may be coming.

In times of difficulty, having no debt is not only a comfort but may be essential.

There is no reason for doom and gloom! Let's just get prepared so we feel secure and look forward to the future with all of the marvelous potential it has to offer.

1 comment:

Rebecca Talley said...

You're exactly right. When we're prepared we need not fear.