Tactical disappearance

October 11, 2016

Whenever I sense others are trying to find fault with me….I disappear.

Poof! I’ve gone.


‘One of the most enduring yet useless sentiments ever conceived by man – is the ridiculous idea that one should always stand one’s ground and fight for what one believes in. Noble indeed it may well be. That I’ll give you. But hardly practical or even wise when one considers ANY conflict in whatever shape or form is bound to consume copious amounts of time, energy and opportunity cost.

Truth remains it makes far more sense to pick and choose one’s battles and to only fight under one’s terms.

Break this rule! And you are likely to be sucked into a quagmire that will end in a war of attrition.

Whenever evil people pick on you, usually it’s because they perceive a real or imagined incentive or reward to do what they have set out to do. Why do they do the things they do? Is not a question you should ever dwell in. It is what it is.

What’s jugular is. By just learning to disappear one effectively removes ALL incentive or reward thereby neutralizing the threat completely.

This is what they don’t teach you in the art of war….but they should.’

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