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  1. I was a king when I was a kid: the party revolved around me, and I could barely take a step myself.�

    Then I grew up and felt like a queen: the whole world is open, go where you want, although the chess player does not let go and watches.�

    Now that I've calmed down, I feel like a pawn: I'm going straight to my death with the faint hope of becoming someone else.

    Only sometimes, it happens, the depression twists, and I feel like a horse: wherever you go, it turns out some solid G.

  2. I always liked the shape of a horse. Unlike his companions, he moves in a completely different way, neither straight nor diagonally, but with the letter G. So the figure of a horse.

  3. I think it depends on your inner feelings. As you put yourself, so you will be. With some we are kings, with others we are pawns.

    Life is a game, theater, comparisons and allegories can be given as much as you want, the main thing in all this is to know who you are and where you are going. Because if you don't know who you are, anyone you meet can tell you what to do and what role to play today.

  4. As a Christian, if you'll excuse me, I'll light it.

    if you look for analogies of life with the game of chess, then I will say this-a direct analogy of the struggle of light forces with dark ones ,where the Lord Christ acts as the light forces, and those who are not with Him are the dark ones.

    23 He who is not with me is against me; and he who does not gather with me scatters.
    (Luke 11: 23)

    Of course, He is the King( although the fact that the King is the weakest piece in chess negates the analogy). The king of black, of course, is the evil one. The figures are the closest приближ and the most talented in their party and on their side. Well, pawns are naturally ordinary members of the light and dark forces. Who are we and on which side? It depends on our path and our talents – evil or good. The more talent ( potential)there is so you're a big piece on the board.

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