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On this day of January 19, 2002, we have decided to start this section due to much user demand for us to explain further the venerable Sun Tzu the Art of War. Please understand it is not intended to convey definitive interpretations but rather to present one particular point of view. Our focus, not unlike the overall focus of the Sonshi site, is helping you understand this book better. Hopefully with the replying posts and active participation from our users, the reader will get a larger and more diverse picture of Sun Tzu.
Note that users can only reply to a topic but cannot post a new topic. The reason is purely for organization. Should you want to post a new topic, please do so in the Sun Tzu discussion (http://forum.sonshi.com/forumdisplay.php?s=&forumid=3) section. Thanks!
This is such a great idea you have, Sonshi! I look forward to see what kind of explanations and interpretations people have gained from this book.
Outstanding idea, sonshi.com.
01-26-02, 07:25 AM
A very good idea, sonshi.
As I embark on another ventur, I know that the success or failure lies in me. I love having a place of like-minded people who know that effective strategy comes from personal discipline and mental toughness. I am not going to win a popularity contest but I will achieve mygoals. Thank you for the site.
09-08-02, 11:40 AM
"Birds of a feather stick together".
12-25-02, 09:26 AM
GOOD IDEA!! SONSHI.COM
a humble studen
01-19-03, 04:44 PM
if i understand correctly,
this is a place to post insights obtained from the study of Sun Tzu's writings on the art of war.
i am new to the study of this work,
but my initial reactions are maybe surprising to you as they are to me.
this study has brought me a great sense of peace and the feeling that, if these principles were followed, and the underlying values espoused by the powerful as well as the humble among us, the world would be a more hopeful and enlightened place.
my search for truth has lead me down some interesting paths,
and i am grateful to have found this one.
to me this work could be more aptly entitled
the art of peace.
i thank you for this site and hope that i may learn more as my study progresses.
thank you all for your patience with me.
i remain in your debt
My most humble thanks for this forum.
I have read the book a few times now and I have quite recently discoverd this site.
I am looking forward to this challange and I thank you for offering it.
Spoken by the illustrious Bob-
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