“At the end of the game, pawns and kings go back into the same box.”
We live in a world of comparisons. Over the millennia, there have been kings and slaves, the wealthy and the poor, the elite and the untouchables.
Examine your own professional and personal worlds for comparisons such as executives versus clerical staff, movie stars, professional athletes, and attractive individuals versus the plain and less talented.
In chess and in life, kings and queens have far more advantages and opportunities to come out on top versus the pawns of our world.
What is the cost we and society pay each day because of this superior/inferior perspective?
How would viewing one another as equals with our shared humanness help us all realize a more wonderful life before we go back in the box?