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Doomsday Preacher Harold Camping Admits He Was Wrong

Do you remember when the world ended on May 21, 2011? No, of course not. What about October 21, 2011? Nope. Those were dates that California preacher Harold Camping had predicted that the world would end. In a letter to supporters, and from a story from CNN, Camping said, “We humbly admit we were wrong.”

Harold CampingCamping first incorrectly predicted the world would end in 1994. In his recent letter, (which you can read on his website, familyradio.org) he made it clear that he’s no longer interested in predicting the end of the world.

“We must also openly acknowledge that we have no new evidence pointing to another date for the end of the world. Though many dates are circulating, Family Radio has no interest in even considering another date.”

Still, others are predicting the end of the world this year, in 2012.

So what do you make of all these doomsday predictions? Have you been motivated by fear? We can’t stress enough the importance of not being controlled by fear. We at FoodStorageReviewer.com do not believe the world will end in 2012; nor do we believe you should be coerced into preparation out of fear. If you feel you are purchasing food storage based on fear, we invite you to take a deep breath and relax.

The truth is, we don’t know when hardship may come, be that through the loss of a job, or natural disaster. Make a conscious effort to be prepared because you know it’s the right thing to do. Start by preparing a 72-hour kit. Next, begin making long-term preparations with food storage and a water supply.

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