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Dec 19 2017


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I was watching  coverage of the train crash in Washington state yesterday and thinking how crazy it would be driving down the interstate and seeing a train cars plummeting of a bridge onto the highway.

Just imagine your normal boring commute, you’re listening to Christmas music, zoning out on a road you travel everyday to get to and from work. All of the sudden total chaos ensues with no warning. Now you have several options; do you freakout and act like a crazy person, maybe just stand there and gawk, or do you immediately think of some way to help mitigate the situation?

Obviously the average person doesn’t see chaos on this level ever, but we all see some level of emergency from time to time. It could be total strangers but most likely it will be a family member, co-worker or friend that is involved.

You will never be able to prepare yourself for every possible emergency situation, by their nature chaos is unpredictable. But there are basic things that you can do that will make a difference in the outcome.  Learning basic CPR, first aid principles, or even running scenarios through your mind will help you react better to emergency situations. Don’t use the BS idea that you might hurt someone more by trying to help, If a loved one is in cardiac arrest you can’t make them any worse by trying to help, they’re already clinically dead.  Carrying a first aid kit in your car is simple preparation that’s hardly costs anything. You don’t even have to use it, you could pass it to some else to use.

My point here, that I’ve made several times in the past, is to think about these things and better prepare yourself, even if it’s just a tiny bit more than you were yesterday. Simple preparation can make the difference in someone’s life. It might be a family member or a complete stranger,  but there’s no better feeling than knowing your actions helped someone live. There is no worse feeling knowing you could have done something to affect a better outcome and didn’t.

I don’t know if that last line is true, there probably are worse feelings possible about many things, but it really sounded good and powerful.

 

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I grew a beard while I was on vacation. I had to shave it off to go back to work.

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