"Glitter Chess"- this is my tendency to make moves based on Easily refuted/stopped tactics. Too often this occurs because we are Groping for moves without fully understanding the position.
Meaning (in chess) is about the power of the peices- and the ability of a peice (or several peices) to be stronger than ones opponent. Instead of looking at a Doubtful tactic, One should consider the mobility, purpose and placement of ones peices...
It is Better to play the Right idea wrong- than to play amilessly right (making no blunders)- because we cannot hope to play flawlessly yet the human brain in incomparable at finding Meaning.
Meaning Always wins in chess! and that is why endgames are SO important ; (even if we don't alway get to them)- they illustrate, develop and accentuate our ability to discover meaning in chess.