A student practices primitive hunting skills with stick throwing
In this episode, Sam Coffman talks about:
- Attitude and morale - how these are a crucial aspect to survival, and how this relates to learning primitives skills
- A comparison between skills-based vs. technology-based survival. Why is there a gap between these two worlds?
- An overview of The Human Path's vision and how it relates to bridging the worlds between technology-based "survivalism" and primitive skills.
- Which is more important? Gear or skills? Is it our typical cultural need to polarize these two worlds, or can we merge them?
- What is your real mindset behind prepping for disasters or even "The End Of The World As We Know It?" Does it make sense to address the decisions that got us to this point (as a species and society) in the first place?