The Art of War


Sun Tzu Says!

Their force is like a drawn crossbow
and their timing is like the release of the trigger.
Even in the midst of the turbulence of battle,
the fighting seemingly chaotic,
they are not confused.
Even in the midst of the turmoil of battle,
the troops seemingly going around in circles,
they cannot be defeated.
Disorder came from order,
fear came from courage,
weakness came from strength.
Disorder coming from order is a matter of organization,
fear coming from courage is a matter of force,
weakness coming from strength is a matter of formation.
Therefore,
those skilled in moving the enemy use formation
that which the enemy must respond.
— Sun Tzu, The Art of War.

Sun Tzu

I saw someone quoting this.. and I stopped and I thought about it. And then I read about it to make sure I understood it. Call this a little commercial break from my normal clownacy. Culture. Today, I have it.

That is all.

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~ by Layla on August 26, 2010.

3 Responses to “The Art of War”

  1. Yah…so…whatsit mean?

    *needs to hear yew BREAK IT DOWWWN*

  2. *mini breakdown ensues*

    It’s hardcore to give the impression of weakness to your enemies. That appearance of “weakness” in “disorder” can only be achieved by supreme order and discipline. Thus, you are underestimated and there is no position more powerful, in my opinion.

    HEADFUCKERY, BABY, DIG IT!

  3. (hard)(fuck)(position) So I rearranged a *little*.

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