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Thus 

the superior warrior 

lures and deceives, falls back 

and then surges, drawing the opponent 

this way and that into the path of his strikes.  

His emphasis is not on the effect of 

one movement, but rather

the weight of his

combinations.

 

He 

uses his soldiers 

like a multitude of arrows and stones, 

sometimes keeping them still, sometimes releasing 

them in a terrible storm, like boulders

hurtling down a steep mountain.  

This is the way to 

shape energy 

in war.

 

from The Art of War, Chapter V

 

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