I write this post having in mind the fact that tomorrow it is 1st of June, the International Children's Day. I express with this occasion (thanking chess.com for giving me this opportunity) my best wishes for all the children all over the word!
I could not retain my thoughts of remembering my childhood expectations concerning everything. Now I learned that having too many expectations leads inevitably to being disappointed at some point but it is Worthing. Nothing compares with the feeling of having HOPE.
In chess the things are somehow similar to life but having expectations and losing objectivity could cost you important points. Of course "the Hope dies last", but still... let's see what happened when we are not following Fischer's rule: "First understand your position, then make a move"
"An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself."