NPR advises on how to love the Zombie Apocalypse

By Zombie Hunter Sam
Jul
01
2013

wwz-wall-zombies Even that sole bastion of sane reporting and unbiased coverage, NPR, has its share of opinion on the zombie apocalypse. Zombies and the zombie mythos, it seems, are great teachers.

So why should we love the Zombie Apocalypse? Because, like all good mythologies, it’s trying to tell us something really, really important. The fact that the story keeps getting retold again and again shows us just how badly the thing at the root of the story wants to get our attention. And what is that thing?

The Zombie Apocalypse is really trying to tell us about resilience.

Preparedness. Survival. An awareness of the state of the Earth, humankind, food, energy, the environment — they’re all neatly wrapped up and delivered in the zombie apocalypse movie.

Read more about how you, too, can learn to love the end by listening and reading NPR.

How To Love The Zombie Apocalypse

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