what's your fear limit... before you get out? would you help the homeless?

  1. sugz profile image73
    sugzposted 7 years ago

    what's your fear limit... before you get out? would you help the homeless?

    Well.. i live in christchurch new zealand.. if you haen't heard, we're in quakeville.. writing a hub and creating photo books as a fndraiser for the 100,000 uninsured homeless.. and although i'm not homeless or lost anything (yet)..  yes im scared shitless! majorly. too scared to go to bed, too scared to go the loo, too scared to take a shower.. busses stop at the gate, i wait for the shaking to tell me if it's another aftershock.. over 250 of them to date & counting.
    not sure i ever want to go home. i grabbed the cat an eft town last 12am night - whats your limit of fear.. before YOu leave?

  2. CBM1987 profile image69
    CBM1987posted 7 years ago

    Being scared and being logical are too different things. I'd say its more of logical thing to leave because of that then not too. My biggest fear of course was airplanes. How do you live when your already 35,000 feet in the air... For my I force myself asleep Its my only way to escape. At least there I know if we crash I hopefully wouldnt be awake to see the end.
    Secondly yes I would help the homeless. I have been homeless twice in my lifetime and that also scares me shitless... Because homeless = being alone having noone... and that is the worst thing I could possibly imagine.

  3. telltale profile image74
    telltaleposted 7 years ago

    I would probably leave immediately after the major quake, will not sit around for the aftershocks, which can cause some problems, as seen recently in NZ, 2 aftershocks are over 5 Richter.  Will only come back perhaps after a month, if possible, where the aftershocks may be lesser.

 
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