Sun Tzu's six rules for seeing campaigns as a series of situations that flow logically from one to another.
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This article explains the dangers in the flow of events during a campaign. Following Sun Tzu's logic, campaigns must accept the course of events and, at the same time, resist their course when they lead us into danger. To most of us, this appears to be a contradiction. This is because we don't understand how to use the balancing forces of complementary opposites. Guiding the course of a campaign is not like driving a car where our path is passive. It is like riding the rapids of a river. The path is turbulent with many hidden currents.. We can must both accept that turbulence and know how to we struggle against it.