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A master of the art of war has said, 'I





Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS
Category: PART II.

A master of the art of war has said, 'I do not dare to be the
host (to commence the war); I prefer to be the guest (to act on the
defensive) I do not dare to advance an inch; I prefer to retire a
foot' This is called marshalling the ranks where there are no ranks;
baring the arms (to fight) where there are no arms to bare; grasping
the weapon where there is no weapon to grasp; advancing against the
enemy where there is no enemy





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