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Sun Tzu was a legendary military strategist in ancient China and he is the author of the famous book The Art of War. He was a master of soft power and the father of agile warfare. Whenever possible he preferred to win without fighting or at the very least to win the easiest battles first. This post originally appeared on JamesClear.com. He wrote In war the victorious strategist only seeks battle after the victory has been won. He advised his troops to make your way by unexpected…
Book: The Complete Book of Spells, Ceremonies & Magic - Migene Gonzalez-Wippler
Apocalypse Now by Brian Wilcox Studios- most people think of the scene with Air Cav coming in to "Flight of the Valkyries" or Duval's famous "I love the smell of napalm in the morning...smells like...Victory!" The scene that always stood out was the chaos at the bridge scene. "Who's in charge here?" "Aren't you, man?"
Vacation TBR Book List Vacation is the time when I am able to do more of the things that I want to do than the things I am required to do. Reading has a huge part of my existence. Unfortunately during the school season I wasn't able to really read that much books I wanted tonread because I dedicate most of my time doing school works or chasing deadlines. But now I can finally say that I have enoughtime to read the books that I badly want to read. I have compiled and made a list of…
Teenage James Joyce’s Beautiful Letter to Ibsen, His Great Hero
In the study of comparative mythology, a common pattern of storytelling has emerged known as the hero’s journey. Joseph’s Campbell’s The Hero with a Thousand Faces most famously documents this “monomyth” structure. During the hero’s journey, the hero deals with inner turmoil and outer struggles, but in the end he emerges victorious and experiences a transformation of sorts. Here's how to apply it to a young adult (YA) adventure novel.