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Survival Test Every man is born to struggle for his own survival Throughout their life they have to compete with other people to survive or they have to face with unpredictable situations Therefore survival planning is necessary for human being because it makes you realize that something could happen to you and would put you in a survival situation With that realization you can take further steps to increase your chances of survival In any survival situation there are specific priorities such as medical-first aid shelter rest water and signaling The order of importance you place on each these priorities will be destined by each situation However if anyone asked me What is the most important piece of equipment to have in any survival situation I would reply very simply You In terms of survival it is a very difficult area to discuss The first thing that I will teach my students is to admit to themselves that Any survival situation can happen to me The next step is to prepare themselves both mentally and physically These are two simple steps but important ways you can increase your chances of survival The next step is to encourage them to have a will to survive One thing for certain without a will to survive there can be no survival If you do not have a desire to survive there is no equipment made that will help you to survive Imagine that you are one of 100 passengers on board In mid-air four terrorists announced that they were hijacking the plane Initially the other passengers thought they were drunk and it was all a joke but they were quickly proven wrong They are equipped with knives and explosive bombs They were members of Akeida group and they immediately demanded the release of Akeida leaders from prisons in Egypt and Pakistan One of the four terrorists was on his way to find the passengers
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