A Lion, Ass, and Fox were all hunting together.
After they had acquired a great deal of food, the Lion asked the Ass to divvy up the spoils. The Ass divided the food into three equal parts and asked the Lion to choose what he wanted.
The Lion then attacked and ate the Ass. After he finished eating, he asked the Fox to divvy up the food.
The Fox gathered all of the food into one heap and only kept a little for himself.
The Lion said, “Ah, friend, who taught you to make so equitable a division?”
The Fox replied that he needed no other lesson than the Ass’s fate.
Never appeal to truth and reality unless you are prepared for the anger that comes from embitterment. There is huge scope in tapping into the fantasies of the masses, try it at least once.
Choose your fight wisely.
Never put too Much Trust in Friends even the closest of friends can be transformed into the worst of enemies.
Recognize troublemakers by their overbearing presence and then maintain distance from them as they are unalterable.
Be fluid, don’t showcase any visible plan as it makes you vulnerable. There has never been a known lasting order or indefinite stability, dont believe to much into order and stability, they can change without warning, be willing to adapt.