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I will honor the memory of my wife not for a year, but for the rest of my life - Levon Aronian

Levon Aronian made a post about the recent changes of his life.
He noted that this year has been an unbearably difficult year for him, which has changed his life forever.
"Losing Ariana was the worst thing I ever felt. Going through this hell made me understand myself and analyze my life.
I know that Arina always wanted me to be honest, to be honest with myself and with people. So in this letter, I want to be honest about what has been going on in my life lately.
The primary thing I want to share with you is that I now have a person in my life who makes me want to live again," he mentioned in the post.
"Ani is one of the kindest and most devoted people I have ever met. Our interests and goals in life are very similar. She understands me very well."
Also, he mentioned that he would continue to play chess until the end of my life. "I believe we all come to life on a mission. I did not choose to become a chess player.
In the photo of my 5 year old, I am standing with a chessboard in my hand, but I only learned to play chess when I was 9 years old.
I am sure that Arina would also support my decision to dedicate my life to chess forever. I have been faithful and loved my wife for 13 years, no one knows how I felt after losing her. I know that angels have sent me one more chance of love and being loved. I will honor the memory of my wife not for a year, but for the rest of my life. I know for sure that she would like me to continue living and being happy in life. I believe that people who know how to love will understand me. I thank Ani and my friends for being by my side during all the difficult times.
Beloved ones, the main purpose of my letter was to inform you that I am happy, healthy, and thank God that I am surrounded by love.
I wish you all love and health, because there is nothing more important in life," Aronian concluded.