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Bishop E. Bernard Jordan

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Our thirty-second principle is change the pace of the engagement. The strategy here is to throw off your adversary by suddenly slowing down or speeding up the rate at which the conflict is occurring. Why: an adversary’s inability to act or react at your pace diminishes his capacity to oppose you. You do not want to move at the same speed as your adversary. If you’re racing neck and neck, either speed up to outpace him, or slow down to regain your strength and possibly goad him into making a mistake. Speeding up may allow you to reach the target first, but slowing down has its advantages, too: you can ensure that he meets with any dangers first, and you also have the option of attacking him from the rear. This strategy is one used in games like dodge ball. .