“You have to cut up the opponent” was the basic principle of Miyamoto Musashi, a 17th century Samurai. Before he wrote that principle, Musashi spent years perfecting his skills. Before he honed his art he had some 60 duels and showed strict respect for his principle. He was never completely sataisfied with himself. There is […]

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