I love learning new things and bettering myself.
- Often, I have learned that the best way to learn something complicated is through the pressure of a problem.
People have learned how to craft weapons, build huts, make fires, and other things from being stranded in the wilderness. Within men is the ability to learn how to survive at all costs. When my furnace broke in the middle of Winter in my RV, I had to learn how to survive the rest of the month without heat. Since my furnace was broken, I first had to learn how to thaw out frozen pipes. Through a series of turning on the water in different areas of the house, I found where the pipes were frozen, and I heated some water in an electric kettle. I poured the boiling water over the pipes to thaw it out. I also learned how to survive without a furnace by providing emergency heating. First, I bought a ton of space heaters, and I also used my propane stove as a makeshift furnace. Also, when you bake stuff in the oven, it heats up the kitchen, so I did a lot of baking. Finally, when my bills started getting more expensive, I decided to purchase a wood stove for my RV. I chop down wood, throw it in the wood stove, and kindle fire to heat my entire house. Without a thermostat, I had to learn how to regulate the temperature throw control of the amount of oxygen in the wood stove. Technology is nice, but survival is a good second option!