From: Curtis Johnson
Date: Jan 19 1998 6:18:40 am
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> JB> Wasn't that Lao Tse?

> CJ>  <Knit brow> I'm pretty sure it's not in _The Way_, and I
> CJ>  _think_ the man's name had Sun in it (but I could be wrong). . .

>For some reason, your post makes 'Sun Yat Sen' pop into my mind.

jj> That would be the "Art of War" guy (China's answer to
jj> Machiavelli).

jj> I've never read 'Art' but somehow I doubt it has much to
jj> say about butterflies.

"Art of War" is by Sun Tzu.  Sun Yat-Sen led the successful
1911 Revolution in China that overthrew the institution of Emperor.

"Art of War" could be summarized as being about how to
"float like a butterfly, sting like a bee."  But I think that phrase
is from another famous Chinese, Muhammed Ali Clay.

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