Fear is a great friend. It acts as the protagonist to your antagonist in your own personal movie giving you a reason to overcome obstacles. Is that what its meant to do? Let’s go with that for a moment.
Fear tells you all kinds of things. It tells you, live in a house boat. There may be a flood. You’ll need to be able to float.
But, it could go the other way, drought. Might want to live in a trailer. Something light enough that it can be pulled across the sand and rest on top.
Maybe, you’re safest, having both a house boat and a trailer. But what about wind? Are either of those things safe in those conditions!? Surely not!
Stationary house it is. But I can’t afford a house!
Even if I could, it’s not near public transportation so I can’t get to work when work resumes! There’s also land taxes! Near a city those are a killer!
But, the elements are the immediate threat. Flood, wind, fire.
FIRE!! Didn’t think about that. Maybe a trailer that can turn into a house boat but made from a shipping container. Metal? Not flammable as I understand it. The Optimus Prime of houses!
That’s the one! Does that exist? No How much does that cost? a lot because you’d be inventing it.
Can I invent this all terrain home? No, because you’re not an architect or an engineer, you’re not even an interior designer that knows architects or engineers. Do you even know what an engineer does?
Okay. I’ll stay in my apartment. It’s made of brick. It’s seen many hurricanes, Has it?, it at least has an area with no windows, so when the F4 tornado comes, I can coax the cats to huddle with me in that space. We’ll huddle, eyes closed, it will be over in a minute.
That works. Stay exactly where I am.