Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 12:47 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 12:47


tkl.1.3.07 Is there a greater Enemy than Anger, which kills both laughter and joy
tkl.2.1.06 Guard against faults as a matter (of great consequence; for) faults are a deadly Enemy.
tkl.2.1.09 One way to promote the prosperity of an Enemy, is (for a King) to set out (to war) without having thoroughly weighed his ability (to cope with its chances).
tkl.2.1.10 Let (one) weigh well the strength of the deed (he purposes to do), his own strength, the strength of his Enemy, and the strength of the allies (of both), and then let him act.
tkl.2.1.10 There is nothing which may not be accomplished by those who, before they attack (an Enemy), make themselves acquainted with their own ability, and with whatever else is (needful) to be known, and apply themselves wholly to their object.
tkl.2.1.11 A Crow will overcome an Owl in the day time; so the King who would conquer his Enemy must have (a suitable) time.
tkl.2.1.11 If one meets his Enemy, let him show him all respect, until the time for his destruction is come; when that is come, his head will be easily brought low.
tkl.2.1.12 Let not (a King) despise (an Enemy), nor undertake any thing (against him), until he has obtained (a suitable) place for besieging him.
tkl.2.1.12 If they who draw near (to fight) choose a suitable place to approach (their Enemy), the latter, will have to relinquish the thought which they once entertained, of conquering them.
tkl.2.3.04 That indeed is an Army which has stood firm of old without suffering destruction or deserting (to the Enemy).
tkl.2.3.15 Without ally, who fights with Twofold Enemy o ermatched,
tkl.2.3.15 Who fail to tame the pride of angry Enemy.
tkl.3.2.15 Why go to him as though he were not Enemy?

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