The victorious army first wins, by visualizing success in their heads & preparing mentally for the battle. The other army just goes out to fight & tries to win, but has less of a chance.
(Embroidery is correct in her interpretation).
The battle is won in the mindset and preparation stage before any actual engagement has happened. If no planning is done, and the minds are not prepared, failure is likely. It is akin to this quote, "People don't plan to fail; they fail to plan." (not sure who the author of that quote is, but it's great, eh?)
my guess: An army that always win's seeks battle( so they can win again), but a defeated army wants victory, and heads to battle, winning there victory ...simple enough.
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