Controlling the other's aggressiveness by yielding.
In a recent post, I have explained that after obtaining the comment of 1.1.6 > 28, I was puzzled because I could not interpret it simply with the changing lines. I have changed my mind about that. [1 > 28] Situation 1 > 28 - Abandoning their disputes One asks their opponents to seek an […]
Others do not want to share because they have not been shown the modesty of one's reserves.
One shows to others that it is necessary to stop their pause to finish faster.
One checks before reforming that they won't see any problem to solve.
1 > 38 - Reject the dubious methods One cannot teach others because they do not trust the new methods.
One warns their relatives that they need to examine other proposals.