The second action action in an emergency is to analyze the situation and take proper action. It is important to think ahead as much as possible because in many situations you cannot wait until the last minute to take action. Responding with what feels good normally doesn't help the situation. On the other hand, inaction can make the situation worse. It should be noted that the best action is one that will solve the problem that created the challenge.
I appreciated flying airplanes throughout my life because flying required me to think ahead. Flying jets also helped prepare me for unexpected situations. Surprising circumstances usually occur at the least appropriate times in our lives. There are methods to minimize the effects of emergency situations and that will be an ongoing discussion in articles to follow.
The questions on the first page of this web site have the purpose of establishing a foundation for you to begin analyzing the situation in your life. I suggest you take a moment and provide your personal answers. It will help you begin formulating a plan for handling an emergency if you are confronted with a serious situation for you or your family.
Thought for the day!
Jeremiah 29:11. "11 For I know the plans I have for you,” says the LORD. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope."