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Attack the strength


“Find out the weakness of your opponents and attack.”

This is something we grew up hearing often.

Maybe knowing the weakness can make it easier to intrude into your enemies territory.

Now just reverse the views,

Attack the strength …

I couldn’t resist sharing this message from Madhavan’s “boxing-film” ‘Saala Khadoos’.

Once the strengths are suppressed no chances for your Opponent  to rise again as a Phoenix bird. Seems much better strategy compared to the other one.. what do you say?

Author: Akhila

Akhila is a plant-woman breathing poetries, a self motivated life long learner decoding signs from the universe and a blogger bleeding out all the intoxicated imperfections of her soul through words. Her works have been featured in several online publications and anthologies. She is the founder and sole contributor of wordsandnotion and qualitynotion.

57 thoughts on “Attack the strength

  1. You have hit the nail on the head, and hit it hard, really hard!

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  2. Wohooo. Now that’s really powerful. 😎

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  3. Attacking the strength hmmm for that u need to have more strength or a strategy to turn the strength of ur opponent into his or her weakness eventually u strike to weaken and defeat the person… So to think of it the statement just looks totally filmy :p

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  4. Ohh I can’t begin to tell you, how much loved Madhvan’s character and attitude in “Saala Khadoos”!
    Great example 🙂

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  5. Knowing someone’s weakness definitely let you prepare well.Knowing someone’s strength let you defeat them well.

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  6. Seems difficult and not everbody wants a tough and challenging life….what say?

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  7. Loved it from core of my heart …very interesting approach

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  8. OMG (light bulb goes on) that is BRILLIANT!

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  9. Great one Akhila…never thought this way. BTW how is the movie?

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  10. I am more for relying on your own strengths rather than focussing on your enemies’ strengths and/or weaknesses. Then again, people always tell me I am too nice to get into any battle, which is true. I try to go by live and let live, if that doesn’t work, stay true to yourself and don’t let them get you down.

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  11. I agree this is a fa better strategy than the one that we have learnt all throughout.

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  12. Exactly one should focus on the strength and prepare against it.

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  13. An interesting approach… but does make me wonder how do we apply it in our real life? Do we really have such enemies in the first place?

    Very potent food for thought here, Akhila!

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  14. Hmm thought provoking,I would say weakness,bec u don’t need much time to work on it.cheating is a strategy you should never use to enemies im against it.watever it is face to face.


  15. Finding and attacking weakness is handy when we know that opponent is invincible…saw Bahubali 2 ????

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  16. when you attack the strength you neutralize it. The opponent stands exposed.

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  17. why not focus on our strength ??

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  18. I am against violence!!
    Just kidding…
    I never thought the way around. And neither watched the movie… I will think on it and do let you know after my exams😑

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  19. Nice one, Akhila and yes when the time comes instead of sitting like a weak duckling one has to get immense strength and fight the opponent.

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  20. Good point, I really needed such suggestion. Came at the right time.

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  21. Haven’t seen the movie but this seems like an interesting approach. At times it pays to challenge the old practices.

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  22. At times attacking your strengths is good for the opponent as it distracts you.. however be on guard.. you never know how hard the next blow could be..

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