becoming invulnerable

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art of war lies

not in relying upon the

opponent’s not coming, but in

making ready for him; not on the hope

of his not attacking, but rather on

becoming invulnerable

to attack oneself.


There are

five flaws which can

undermine a leader: recklessness

may lead her to destruction; timidity

may cause her to succumb; temper may

make her susceptible to insults;

delicacy of honor may render

her sensitive to shame;

solicitousness may

expose her

to worry.


Trading in

these is disastrous to

the conduct of war. If a force is

overthrown and its leader destroyed,

the cause will be found among

these flaws. Meditate

on them.

from The Art of War, Chapter VIII


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