Never guide the Enemy to what he has to do.

Never guide the Enemy to what he has to do. The fool never does what the wise judge wise, because he does not follow up the suitable means. He that is discreet follows still less a plan laid out, or even carried out, by another. One has to discuss matters from both points of view–turn it over on both sides. Judgments vary; let him that has not decided attend rather to what is possible than what is probable.