Imagination
White
1.P-c3(no ego opening)

Black to move:
1.________
Imagination
'Time' always loses, but then you also have to win 'within time'.

'Ego' caused Time. The clock is running.

The game is blitz, we are one minute to zero hour.

The 'apple' is both good and bad, it depends who is observing it.

The decision is dangled before you, do you accept the challenge?

It only looks like a simple move, your Ego can win over its innocent look.

Can it? Can you ever actually win?

Come play, you believe you have the 'Knowledge' to deal with its outcome.

The unified field of decisons right before you;; linking your 'self' to the chessboard.
Each move a display of your character and personality; but more so, your Spirit.

The world is yours to treat as precious, or to destroy.

The lesson of the Garden of Eden explained.
Imagination
QUOTE (Imagination+Nov 26 2006, 12:39 AM)
White
1.P-c3(no ego opening)

Black to move:
1.________

Black Moves:

1.P-c3_______1.d-5(striking the center= 'ego')
AlphaNumeric
You think chess moves are about ego? It's a game of stratergy, you play to beat the other person. You don't make certain moves because your ego tells you, you do it because they increase your strategic advantage!

You might want to check in with the real world at some point
Imagination
QUOTE (AlphaNumeric+Nov 27 2006, 04:28 PM)
You think chess moves are about ego? It's a game of stratergy, you play to beat the other person. You don't make certain moves because your ego tells you, you do it because they increase your strategic advantage!

You might want to check in with the real world at some point

Try to play without your Ego
AlphaNumeric
Obviously the notion of strategic games is lost on you. If you don't play to win, which is the whole point of the game, but I'm sure you consider that 'ego' related, why do you play?

It's a game of strategy, your ego doesn't come into it.
Imagination
QUOTE (AlphaNumeric+Nov 27 2006, 08:10 PM)
Obviously the notion of strategic games is lost on you. If you don't play to win, which is the whole point of the game, but I'm sure you consider that 'ego' related, why do you play?

It's a game of strategy, your ego doesn't come into it.

You play it is a game.

Chess is about life and its relationships. The idea is to keep everything within balance as much as possible. Duality is as much a part of that game, as is life; and until mankind can comprehend 'one-ness' in his heart, he sews his own doom.

Sure, in your 'game mind', you win/other guy(opponent) loses.
In Life, this division into you and him(duality), causes us to view others as not being our brother, and that is why we treat others in the manner that we do.

The Industrial Economy is the epitomy of you vs. them, and causes so many divisions from 'One', that it leaves us with the crisis we now face.

Chess is no game. Life is no game either.
Nessus
From the dictionary:
QUOTE
A board game for two players, each...

Chess is a game then. You read too much into things, chess is about getting checkmate first.
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