The Art of War (Spirituality For Conflict)

Author:

Sun Tzu

Publisher:

Jaico Publishing House

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Publisher

Jaico Publishing House

Publication Year 2021
ISBN-13

9788184950885

ISBN-10 8184950888
Binding

Paperback

Edition FIRST
Number of Pages 210 Pages
Language (English)
Dimensions (Cms) 21.5x14x1
Weight (grms) 216

DISCOVER THE SPIRITUALLY INCISIVE STRATEGIES
FOR PEACEFULLY RESOLVING CONFLICT
IN THIS MASTERPIECE OF MILITARY STRATEGY.


Written 2,500 years ago by Chinese general Sun Tzu, The Art of War is a poetic and potent treatise on military strategy still in use in war colleges around the world. Yet its principles transcend warfare and have practical applications to all the conflicts and crises we face in our lives – in our workplaces, our families, even within ourselves.


Thomas Huynh guides you through Sun Tzu’s masterwork, highlighting principles that encourage a perceptive and spiritual approach to conflict, enabling you to:



  • Prevent conflicts before they arise

  • Peacefully and quickly resolve conflicts when they do arise

  • Act with courage, intelligence and benevolence in adversarial situations

  • Convert potential enemies into friends

  • Control your emotions before they control you


Now you can experience the effectiveness of Sun Tzu’s teachings even if you have no previous knowledge of The Art of War. Insightful yet unobtrusive facing-page commentary explains the subtleties of the text, allowing you to unlock the power of its teachings and help prevent and resolve the conflicts in your own life.

Sun Tzu

Sun Tzu, a military general and strategist who lived in ancient China, is one of East Asias most important historical figures. Traditional historians believe that he lived between 544-496 B.C. Sun Tzus birth name was Sun Wu; the name he is well known with is an honorific that means "Master Sun." He is most famous for writing The Art of War, a timeless classic and one of the most important works of Eastern literature.
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