In all three perceptions, how I see myself is the most important because it decides my altitude in life. If I see myself as smart, if I see myself as a winner, then the game of chess has successfully translated itself into the game of life because I will have fewer self-imposed limitations. Secondly, when our children travel, they begin to see the world beyond the local prism of inner-city life. They often see a world that they never knew they were a part of and they are learning how to fit in. Hopefully, they are learning to make the right moves beyond 64 squares. Finally, the world changes towards them, as it sees inner-city children scurrying trophies through the airports, reading books, asking questions, and winning National Championships while they (unequivocally are or are unequivocally) taking on all challenges.