Kindred’s Special: Politicians Could Learn from Chessplay

No, I refuse to write in the political realm because of the often seen ignorance that fills that category. Also, I do not like to criticize folks who obviously write with ranker and hatred in many cases or have an agenda for which they possess little skill at articulating with any intelligence.  I have no interest in debating the merits of public figures either who show an unbelieveable ignorance about history, lack of reasoning powers, and to assess the readers who tune into such material suggests a general lack of appreciation for truth and more interested in pushing their thoughts into the area of pure garbage.  Sometimes it is not their fault because they were raised with the shortsightedness of instant gratifications experienced in many areas of American life and too many parents, organizations like USCF, state associations, and the education system in America that find it beneficial to let no child go without awarding a trophy or other prize in competitions.  Such watering down can be likened to the stock market stock-splits which, today, are fewer and fewer while stressing stock value of shares.

What lessons can be learned from our royal game?  Chess teaches one to think, find wise use of time, practical situations inwhich it is necessary to sharpen thought processes in making decisions in a variety of tests not usually possible to find equal in other activities and to settle on the best judgment from such analysis of those  situations that occur on the board in many guises.

This is all I have to say about the subject. You can agree or disagree. I do not care. But please if you find it necessary to add a comment, please THINK before you type it out. Thanks.

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