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Surviving Alone In Alaska (This Is Inspiring!)

A famous Greek philosopher who lived from 384 BC to 322 BC said, “Man is by nature a social animal; an individual who is unsocial naturally and not accidentally is either beneath our notice or more than human…. Anyone who either cannot lead the common life or is so self-sufficient as not to need to, and therefore does not partake of society, is either a beast or a god.”

So said the legendary Aristotle in his “Politics,” his work on political philosophy. True to Aristotle’s words, humans cannot live alone and without other people. We need to establish relationships with other people to live a life and to satisfy certain basic needs. It is through our social nature and cooperation as a group that we have overcome nature and dominated the world and through our interaction that we have instituted social norms, values, and traditions.

Most of us are always incessantly encircled by other people; we live in mutual dependence with others. And even if you live remotely in backwoods 5 miles away from the city, that still doesn’t change the fact that we need each other. But what if you live 60 miles from the nearest neighbors, 250 miles from the nearest road, and another 300 miles from the nearest hospital; can you survive? What’s more, imagine living in 19 million acres of inhospitable wilderness where bears, beavers, and caribous are your only neighbors and where you need to face the relentless winter chill of a subarctic climate. You need to strip your lifestyle of all considered extraneous and unnecessary too and get back into the simple way of life. If you think you can’t handle that scenario, well, you are not alone: Not many can, nor would desire to and it takes someone extraordinary.

Most shudder at the idea of living far away from societies and development and handing over their laptops, cell phones, and tablets in exchange for a far-flung residence in Alaska. But that is just most of us, as the inspirational Heimo Korth, a hunter and fur-trapper, is different. Heimo lives with his wife, Edna, in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and sustains a family through hunting, fishing, and trapping. He has his home located around 150 miles above the Arctic Circle and prides in being the most isolated human in the area, earning him the title the “Final Frontiersman.” Catch a glimpse of the Korth’s lives and how they survive several miles away from civilization through this video by VICE.

Surviving Alone In Alaska (This Is Inspiring!)

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  • By george houde, November 17, 2013 @ 10:36 pm

    Read about him and his family in James Campbell’s The Final Frontiersman.

  • By Connie Brister, November 19, 2013 @ 4:26 am

    I so admire people who live outside the box. Wonderful story.

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