Don't try to be Superman: be prepared for the worst but plan for the best.

Don't try to be Superman


take care of your family first and be prepared for the worst but plan for the best before helping others. We can all save the world if we do our jobs the best we can be or just be the best person we can within our own competency. We can't control nature, but we can honor and appreciate its beauty and power. A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves. Lao Tzu

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Joshua L Cohen PhD is a movie doctor. He uses stories to help prevent mental health crises before they can begin California has been prone to serious earthquakes in recent years. While earthquakes with the power of the one that hit the greater Los Angeles area in January 1994 are rare, smaller earthquakes can interrupt your normal living patterns and cause injury. During a major earthquake, you may hear a roaring or rumbling sound that gradually gets louder. You may feel a rolling sensation that starts out gently and within a second or two grows violent, or you may first be jarred by a violent jolt. A second or two later, you may feel shaking and find it difficult to stand up or move from one room to another. The key to surviving an earthquake and lowering your risk of injury is in planning, preparing and practicing what you and your family will do if it happens."