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Death and life!

We don't know about life, how it starts and ends.

But, we know the phase between life and death, every moment is very precious, which is a god gift. Everything that we do makes sense in life.

How we started learning from walking to running, sometimes things which we do in the absentminded can change this life up and down at the same time. Decisions with thinking make your life perfect.

How did you start doing those things?

The game of chess is often compared to life because it presents a complex and strategic challenge that requires careful planning, foresight, and adaptability. Here are a few ways in which the game of chess can be seen as similar to life:

  • Every move counts: In chess, every move matters, and every action has a significant impact on the outcome of the game. Similarly, every decision we make in life can have consequences, whether they are positive or negative.

  • Strategic thinking: Chess requires players to think ahead and expect their opponent’s moves. Similarly, in life, we often have to plan and make decisions that are not predicted by anyone that are the way to our future in mind.

  • Adaptability: Chess players must be able to adapt to changing circumstances and adjust their strategy accordingly. In life, we must be able to adapt to unexpected situations and make necessary adjustments to succeed.

  • Patience: Chess games can be long and challenging, and it takes perseverance to see them through to the end. Similarly, in life, we often face difficult challenges that require us to stay safe, persevere and stay focused in order to succeed.

  • Learning from mistakes: Chess players often learn from their mistakes and use that knowledge to improve their game. Every move will make their importance on the board. Once you lose a chess piece you can't get that back to the board up to the end of the game, in life once you lose that piece of time we will never get back that time even after death. We can learn from our mistakes and use that knowledge to improve. At the end of time, either the game of chess or the game of life can be seen as a metaphor for life, with its many challenges, strategic decisions, and opportunities for growth and Learning.

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