The Art of War / The Gambler

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  1. Scott Lubag says:

    Desire is the root of all suffering. Desire to attain status, accolades, titles, baubles, prestige, etc. Or FEAR of losing these things, as in desiring not too lose these things. Ego and expectations conjoined with the fear of losing perceived power and control.

    The aforementioned are all motivators for those seeking to attain the ivory towers of occult hierarchy or those holding on to those things with a death-grip. Better to upset the established order, create new ways, morals, maxim’s, and creeds. Following another’s system only makes you a follower who exists only in a static past. Life is dynamic, so the radical visionaries who trailblaze new paths upsetting ANY established order are the ones who are notable.

  2. Well if what you want an desire hurts no one it is always granted with no exception. An what goes around comes around with no exception based solely on truth. The wisdom is exercised an the ignorance is extracted completely an immediately. The new rushes in to bring true happiness an betterment in every way

  3. Paul says:

    “Know thy self and thy enemy and find naught fear in one hundred battles. Know thy self but not thy enemy and find victory and defeat in equal measure. Know thy enemy but not thy self, and find defeat in every battle.”

    I think this quote of Sun Tzu’s also belongs here. You know yourself, they do not.

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