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 You Are What You Write 

Date of Publish - Wednesday, 11th October 2017
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With unique handwriting, you can create a brand for yourself. Onus on school authorities to promote good handwriting among children.


In the 17th century, a renowned psychologist Camilo Baldo, after observing the handwriting with difference researched and authored a book tatted: “How to judge a person based on handwriting sample.” Since then hundreds of his followers, other professional psychologists, and medical doctors have continued to work, and the branch is named as “Graphology.” We all are pretty aware that two people cannot walk in similar ways, eat in the same style and sit in a similar posture. Similarly, there are no two identical handwritings observed on this beautiful planet earth. One’s handwriting is an externalization of the vibrant activity going on inside your mind. So, you write the way you think.

By using this creative branch of handwriting – Graphology, - both strength and weaknesses.

For instance:

  • When ‘I’ dot is found very far from its stem, the write lacks concentration. It also denotes poor memory skills.
  • It ‘I’ is replaced with write, and if the circle is small in size, it shows creativity.
  • And it the circle is huge in sage, it indicates laziness.
  • It ‘I’ has a line on it, and if it tends to tilt towards right ride, this writer is getting irritated by the people surrounding him.
  • And if the line above the ‘I’ stem is towards the left side, the written shows irritation towards him.
  • There are cases where there is nothing bound above the stem (No dot on it).
  • Writer those who write ‘g’ like number ‘8’ are very good at organization abilities, and their people are excellent in administration.
  • If the loop is bound in the stem of “t,” this writer is sensitive to criticism.
  • If the ‘t’ cross bar is found on right side of the stem, he is ill-tempered.
  • When the last letter ‘g’ or ‘y’ is not extended upwards, this writer is constructing barriers between presence and the past. They waste valuable presence for some negative incident happened in the past.
  • When the letter's’ is stopped on top, this writer likes adventures, music, and variety

So, handwriting should also be made scientific, not just legible and beautiful. In today’s creative world one can create unique fonts by following the style of handwriting one has.
http://www.wikihow.com/Create-a-Font will give you key insights to make a start. Ultimately, handwriting is an art where students should make an effort to develop good handwriting, and after that make good fonts, and create your brand.

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