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“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.” Sun Tzu
It isn't till you face the fear of death that you begin to see life clearly. Perhaps it's the survival instinct
He sat on the end of the pier. An old man now, he wore a long gabardine overcoat and a red scarf to keep the wind at bay.
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Parson’s and Pamphlett kept a desultory watch on the shore until the rum keg’s contents were drunk out.
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