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I first read Myomoto Musashi's classic treatise on strategy in the year i finished school; the year my real education began. It is perhaps, an indictment on my intelligence that it has taken some thirty years to understand it. I re-read it every couple years. Here’s another offering from this wonderful book as one of my favourites ... indicative that Musashi was doing 'science' as it should be done .... love it:
'People in the world look at things mistakenly. They think that things they do not understand must be the void. This is not the true void. It is bewilderment.'
What is not to love about that wonderful observation? JBW