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Is handwriting very important to reflect one’s personality?
Well i am happy for the people who judge one’s personality from their handwriting. But the same individuals will not be able to interpret someone through their typing! I never understand how can a person’s mental status, his thought process and his imagination be reflected from his handwriting on a piece of paper. Absurd judging!
I don’t say its meretricious or absolutely false, but neither is it completely practical. When i attended some on-line lectures on how to improve handwriting and how to judge someone from his handwriting i was totally amazed to see so many decree and list of rules binding together to form a book for those who learn calligraphy.
When we start writing a sentence on a piece of paper, we never think whether our handwriting goes left slant or right slant, they are arched or plane, thin or fat, tall or short, they create a loop or are they continuous, narrow or flat, or do a person stress more on the letter “o”. I seriously doubt that if anyone would think all this creep before writing, he would never be able to write freely.
Some even say that a person from outside is quiet different from what he is inside, and to know this, his handwriting is the biggest tool. Well again a perplexing interrogation. Neither i understand the fact that some criminals are caught red handed after they fail in the truth test which is based on handwriting.
I may have a fairly good or fairly bad handwriting – never ashamed of it, though i feel that handwriting should always be given secondary priority as there may be many other virtues to decide a personality. Well, on the contrary, a good handwriting wins situations.