the article is kind of a cop out, and wants you to buy the book to see the other 6How come I only read/counted six??
sorry, in reading through it quickly i thought it was pretty encouraging, just the type of good attitude you must have to survive.the article is kind of a cop out, and wants you to buy the book to see the other 6
"For more truly inspiring stories, please read Gonzales' "Deep Survival," especially the remaining six "Rules of Adventure" about:
How "even in the worst circumstances, survivors find something to enjoy, some way to play and laugh"
How survivors see the beauty of the world even "in the face of mortal danger"
How they are so convinced they'll survive, the "fear of dying falls away, and a new strength fills them with the power to go on"
How survivors "engage their crisis almost as an athlete engages a sport," entering the "zone" that is a "resignation without giving up. It is survival by surrender"
How survivors "do whatever's necessary" much as the "cancer patient allows herself to be nearly killed by chemotherapy in order to live"
How a survivor never, never gives up, because nothing is impossible"
I think you are right, the better your attitude you have the better off you are going be.sorry, in reading through it quickly i thought it was pretty encouraging, just the type of good attitude you must have to survive.