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Bishop E. Bernard Jordan

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Our thirty-ninth principle is isolate your adversary. The strategy you want to follow is separating your adversary from the objective, or the means to act on the objective. Why: your adversary can’t shape the outcome of the engagement if he can’t affect the objective. To undertake this principle is to take away your adversary’s power to affect you or the outcome of your conflict. Remember Lao Tzu’s saying about the truly invulnerable man—there is no place in him to die. That’s part of this, but only part. At its crux, this principle is about cutting your enemy off from his objectives and his bases of resupply and reinforcement. Of course, if you’re going to do that, a little invulnerability won’t hurt. Sun Tzu said, “The general who is skilled in defense hides in the most secret recesses of the earth; he who is skilled in attack flashes forth from the highest heavens” (IV.7)