How those who are Caregivers, have patients or family members who are disabled or incapacitated should prepare for Catastrophic Events.
If we do not take care of the disabled and handicapped…if they do not survive… in my opinion there is no reason for the rest of us to live. In letting these people perish, we have thrown away the best characteristics of humanity… compassion and caring.
Like a soldier, one of my best friends used to say repeatedly…
“We sleep safe in our beds because rough men stand watch as our guardians in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm. A soldier must seize every advantage to defeat his opponent. He must strike swiftly and strike hard… he who dares… wins. But under all circumstances those guardians must stand ready to protect the innocent and those too weak or unable to defend themselves…” – Often spoken quote of New Zealander Martin O. of my unit Foreign Legion Support Commando Unit-Killed In Action – Africa 1979