Seven Habits Of Highly Dangerous People
Habits which make you more effective in the pursuit of your security and the security and safety of your loved ones.
Habits — we all have them. But just like there’s no such thing as a “good” gun or an “evil” gun, there’s no such thing as a good habit or a bad habit. There are only habits that help or habits that don’t help.
Help what? Help you to be more effective in the pursuit of your security and the security and safety of your loved ones. To be truly safe in this world would require a nanny state the size of which I am not willing to accept. Thomas Jefferson said it best in a letter to James Madison on Jan. 30, 1787, “I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery.” Well, he actually wrote, “Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem,” which could also be translated as, “I prefer the tumult of liberty to the quiet of servitude,” but you get the point. True liberty and the freedoms associated with it are often dangerous. Americans have always prized independence and individualism, and there is no more noble aspect of individualism than ensuring one’s own safety. So without any more fanfare, here …Read the Rest
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