THE CHESS OF NATURE AS IT RELATES TO HUMAN PSYCHOLOGY – By Jawolusy.

THE CHESS OF NATURE AS IT RELATES TO HUMAN PSYCHOLOGY - By Jawolusy.

There are 6 pieces on every Chess board, namely; the Rook, the Knight, the Bishop, the Queen, the King, and the frontliners called the Pawns. Each piece on board has its own unique characteristics, move(s), and circumstantial response to its opponent's approach. Relatively, all these Chess pieces clearly reflect humans' inner-mind qualities/attitudes based on their ecological response(s).

Breaking it down; a man could choose to be knight-like for a right cause whenever the need arises, although, he is mandated to always tread on a straightforward path at all times by exhibiting the ethos of a Bishop (morality and godliness).

Sometimes, he could choose to be the Pawn (perhaps, washing the feets of his followers despite being the King aboard - that is, extreme humility. And a times, a pawn could exhibit the Christ-like nature by going the extra-miles to pay the price for others).

He could choose to be Queen-like by making multiple steps in all directions (that's the hustling spirit, though, in the right direction this time around). As a practical example, in reference to the dramatic account in the First Chapter of First King, after the C1 Bishop informed the D1 Queen about the purported/would-be King @E8, afterwards, the C1 & the D1 co-strategized the winning-plan, however, the Queen did the major hustling by making most of the moves in all directions to ensure a conquest of the E2 Pawn @ the E8 square.

He could also choose to be the King by taking a step at a time in all directions (that is, patience). For instance, when the D1 Queen informed the King about the self-acclaimed King @E8, afterwards, the King was calm enough to only make one step at a time in all directions, despite the fact that the Queen could make multiple moves. This analogy also explains the reactant theory of matrimony.

The last but not the least, exhibiting the Rooky character of having the most strategic positioning (to see far and near in every situation). However, a man is mandated to only have one place of refuge; it is either via a self-castling or a right castling process.

On the other hand, the chosen form of hue as it relates to humanity is the most important relativity of Chess' moves to beings' daily lifestyles. Reason being that, there are pros and cons for every action and inaction.

On a conclusive note, in case you can't deduce so much from this accorded pencil-drawing of mine, Deo-Volente, you might be able to read more expositions in the book of #ChessOfNature & #ThroneGameChess.

Cheers…

By Jawolusi Oluwaseun S. ~ @jawolusy
(The NETISM Author).

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