Dharma in Chess


When I first played Toyasin I found him to be a challenging opponent.  I've improved alot since then.

"Dharma" means "Natural Law", but it's tinged with sadness.  As we take on a higher role we must let go of attatchments to grow.  This letting go is tinged with grief.  My latest game with Toyasin was tinged like this.  He's an honorable person, and worthy of playing.  But I saw in our game this sadness that is Dharma, the sadness of success.