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Day Fifty Three – SBMBW March 26, 2010

Posted by simarprit in SBMBW, Some Battles Must Be Won.
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  1. Even “fine lines”  in battles which must be won can’t be sacrosanct, but it is very important to define fine lines and overstep them very consciously.  Crossing or violating fine lines changes the course of battle permanently, it makes the “unknown” a dominant player. Crossing fine lines would always remain a double-edged sword (or a khanda as it is called in Punjabi)  which should only be practiced by extremely skilled swordsman. One underestimation of the opponents swordsmanship and the game is over with your own sword cutting you into two halves.
  2. Those who play chess must do opponents eight moves to their seven. Eighth move being the consequences management in your absence.
  3. Some fine lines would be crossed anyway…

“Because some battles must be won”

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1. Sujatha - March 26, 2010

Some fine lines should be crossed anyways

simarprit - March 27, 2010

Sad, but true… They must.


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