Surviving, in the simplest term, is just not dying. Every day we survive life, hence we are always surviving. However, we survive with ease because of modern conveniences. We go to the faucet for water, the heater for warmth, and the fridge for food. Surviving wasn’t always this easy. Back in the day, people survived off the land. They dug wells of water, hunted and farmed for food, and started fires for warmth. When we lose our accessibility plumbing and electricity, what will we do? If one lacks the real skill of survival, they will die in two weeks! Hence, the art of survival should be taught in schools.