Whether it’s the supply chains that bring us our food, clothes and the things that we need just to survive, or the utilities, fuel, transport and other services that we are used to having access to, the chances are that they we will not be able to access them completely, or that access will be reduced to a rationed or irregular form.
For some things, the experience of shortages or going without will just be temporary, simply because they really are the things that we actually need.
Where the things that we only believe we need but are things that we only actually want are concerned, we are likely to find that the supply of many of these ‘things’ will never return.
It is during this ‘acute’ stage of ‘The Great Reset’ that things will be very uncertain.
The acute stage of ‘The Great Reset’ is when we will have to make do in ways that we have never experienced. It will be a time when we will not only have to do our part, but also rely upon the goodwill and a sense of community around us in a way that we have never lived our lives before.
The acute stage of ‘The Great Reset’ will be a period of time when we will need to learn to survive.