But the worst enemy thou canst meet, wilt thou thyself always be; thou waylayest thyself in caverns and forests.
Before we can master an enemy, we must know its name, its habits, and its place of abode.
An enemy who comes once, will come again. Unless they are stopped.
Always keep your foes confused. If they are never certain who you are or what you want, they cannot know what you are like to do next.
A man who makes enemies in one place will make them in another.
A man falling off a cliff to certain death will stretch out a hand even to his worst enemy.
A man cannot be too careful in the choice of his enemies.
A friend should always underestimate your virtues and an enemy overestimate your faults.