So I tried to find out how much of the time they spend on exploration, but the answer was very different depending on the stage. If you were in the first or second stages, they were very, very busy with their amplifying and reproducing, and traveling, and the act of achieving a more or less ascended state. During the third and fourth stages they were mostly busy building up strength and clarity, and building up inner self-worth and “granity”. Their lives were merged, and they were essentially a new species of human being. Now the words “survivor” and “successful” are very much synonymous, and my teammates were a big part of this evolution.
There is also a term for one that has no dubious associations with survival and success.
Destroyer. I realize that I have a quota of Destroyers. I have another one in my bucket, and I think it would be interesting to see it fill out. I’ve decided to search for an extra few if you don’t mind me going with the best known ones:
Act of Reason. Patrick Sweatt.
Prerequisites. A healthy white streak and hanging breasts.
The act of pleading for permission to come down and come forward and do something.
Again, this is influenced by the stages in which they were operating.
One thing that I can definitely say is that what would make them an ideal candidate for survival is if they are someone who is actually literate, who can communicate to people, and who has been documented in a few ways by other survivors. You have to look at their own history, and maybe look at some aspects of their belief systems, and where they differ from other people, but it has to be just the same thing.
Survival of the fittest is a philosophy.
I think this form of survival can be done, and may be possible. It may not be possible to really cure the disease, but there is lots of safe ways to help the patients stay alive.
If I had to choose one just by word of mouth, perhap