Excellent example of Imagination in Handwriting
No-one explained the power of imagination better than Einstein.
Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand. Einstein.
Imagination can only thrive in an environment where there are no limitations.
It is nourished by freedom and it has to be unbounded by mental restrictions or accepted formalities.
The following handwriting is a very good example of the power of imagination. It shows creative thinking and emotional independence.
The free and unconventional formations of the handwriting attest to this.
Imagination and Creativity in handwriting
The large loops and bubbly quality of the handwriting reveal the innovative and original outlook of an artist – an artist who is able to forge her own style. Just look at the flourish of those stylish K’s!
There is an easy sweep and comfortable width to the handwriting – both of which aspects point to the confidence and freedom with which she expresses her imagination.
Not only does she have a fertile imagination, she also has personal autonomy and the freedom to be original.
The writer is an independent thinker and she is free spirited. She is bold and fearless and lives life to the full.
She is not bound by convention and she is not afraid to break the mould. See how the “o” in the word “notepaper” is connected to the “t” with an over-arching, confident arcade.
Many signs of creativity are present in this handwriting sample and the writer takes full advantage of her power of imagination.
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