even a small ant can bring down a one big elephant, so its about finding the weakest link around your enemy's strength and then capitalizing on it for your own benefit
Rely on your own strength. It is very dangerous to assume anything from your enemy. Respect your enemy's strengths rather than rejoice in his weaknesses.
"Thus it is said that one who knows the enemy and knows himself will not be endangered in a hundred engagements. One who does not know the enemy but knows himself will sometimes be victorious, sometimes meet with defeat. One who knows neither the enemy nor himself will invariably be defeated in every engagement." - Sun Tzu
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