What is in common with chess and life.
Point 1) They both have a beginning and an end.
Point 2) There is motion in both life and chess.
We now have 2 points that are in common with both questions.
Are there more?
>Thanks for proving Carl Sagan's point. Goodbye.
The blasphemy of daring to challenge the high priests of Scientism! Heretic!
The convenient avoidance of meaningful rebuttal has been noted. I wish you well.
>What is in common with chess and life.
>Point 1) They both have a beginning and an end.
>Point 2) There is motion in both life and chess.
>We now have 2 points that are in common with both questions.
>Are there more?
The seven deadly sins of course:
envy, gluttony, greed, lust, pride, sloth, and wrath
Pt 1 - Love of life & Love to play ;
PT 2 - Joy ;
Pt 3 - Peace ;
Pt 4 - Health ;
Pt 5 - Courage ;
Pt 6 - Wisdom ;
Pt 7 - Perseverance ;
Pt 8 - Happiness ;
Pt 9 - Strength ; &
Pt 10 - Will.
A "will" to live life and a "will" to play chess.
If I follow my heart, these are ten good points.
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