Do You Think Penmanship Matters?

Is Your Handwriting Becoming Extinct?

Are we losing touch with the communicative connection between pen and paper? When you write, do you find yourself printing or cursive writing? Has Cursive Writing Fallen From Grace? Are we more co-dependent with sending messages using computer and mobile phone keyboards? The more time we spend on using the convenience of computer or mobile communications when sending a message, are we alienating our ability to write proficiently, clearly and legibly?

Was does your handwriting say to you? Is Your Handwriting Revealing Some of Your Innermost Secrets?On the other hand, does it show social, mental and creative deficiency? You do not have to be a professional penmanship master in order to write with distinction and legibility.

There has been much discussion and debate about the crisis of our handwriting and what it could mean to our personal development. I found a great news clip that was broadcast on “Sunday Morning on CBS” that I would like to share with you.  A Farewell to Handwriting? It reveals a lot about the significance of our penmanship and the value of historical attributes to this rapidly fading craft.

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4 thoughts on “Do You Think Penmanship Matters?

  1. I have actually stopped dating a guy the minute I saw his 5th grader handwriting. I could not handle it! He was over 30 and didn’t care or think anything was wrong with it!

  2. I truly share your sentiments about that. It’s amazing how the general consensus now-a-days is actually what your ex-date thinks. I’m not saying that you have to write like those who signed the Declaration of Independence, but my goodness try to have a little pride in your penmanship, because believe it or not, your handwriting actually says more about you and your character than you think! Thanks a million for your comment!

  3. I am so there with you! It’s as if the sacrifices were all in vain! That’s why people like you and I have to do our part to change that way of thinking and educating. Keep up the good work! 🙂

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