Strategy wins where straight forwardness fails; rather it works miracles
when forthrightness ends in debacles. Although frankness and homeliness are
highly commendable and indispensably desirable, they bring not as much
impact as that of strategy. Indeed it is condemnable in a way, since it is
befriended to guiles and wiles, which are ethically unsound and spiritually
unpardonable, yet it serves well, when put into operation, if necessity demands.
Strategy with its glittering make-up and sweet tongue makes the gullible fall
into its trap and succeeds where fairness fails, however fairly it tries to
convince people with all it fairness; for, it is uncouth, plain sans artifice. It
appears that certain amount of deceit alone brings forth instant victory and
ushers in ease, grace, peace etc., but, it should not be resorted to either quite
often, or advocated for each and every purpose.