We can learn a lot from playing chess. We can learn to keep our calm. We can learn to strategize. We can learn about patience and resilience.
In life like chess we can be in control, in order to play well, we need to monitor and understand our emotions. We need to use our given tools to our advantage. In chess we have pieces and in life we have resources. We need to plan our time effectively and to use our resources efficiently.
Our life is similar to a chess game. We have moral obligation to play well with our given opportunity and resources because we have the opportunity to do so. We have to try and be successful in life as an ethical mean for having been given the opportunity to play.
Just as chess is a game, life is a game too. They both have their own rules and being in these games requires being present and to try our very best.