Jirinden 42 “Losing due to distain (Anado no make)”when your preparations become poor due to your distain of the enemy.
「Anadori₋no₋make to ieru wa aite no mijuku naru wo ko ni minashite jiko no sonae ni sosou naru」(Heishū Jirinden, Vol. II, Deai-gashira)
・What is called “Losing due to distain (Anado no make)” is when your own preparations become careless because you view the enemy as nothing more than an undisciplined child.
“Losing to contempt” is when you view your opponent as merely an unskilled child and your own preparations become lax. It is one’s own fault that one gets struck by an amateur’s lucky attack and become flustered due to one’s own loss of caution.
For example, even if a thing like this does not actually occur, the people of old came up with this term to serve as a strict warning so that the disciple could learn even the habits of the teacher.
(Presented by Yuji Wada, Costantino Brandozzi, Rennis Buchner, Constantin von Richter)