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Across the corner of my eye I see another person, brows knotted
into concentration, fingers scrawling cursive, breathing with slow
focus. There are twelve other people in the room doing the exact
Across the corner of my eye I see another person, brows knotted into concentration, fingers scrawling cursive, breathing with slow focus. There are twelve other people in the room doing the exact same thing but what has me distracted is that this person is writing down furtively with his left.
A left handed person for a very simple reason has me fascinated, their brain is wired different. A mirror faade of an average human.
Ive often attempted to write with my left but the silly thing dosent seem to understand motion as well as my right hand does. The best I can accomplish is vaguely legible scribbles that a five year old would scoff at. It always leaves me feeling defeated, I suppose no one is to blame but, well..
A tiny detail separating me from them.
Google tells me around twelve percent of the population prefers their left. Also theyre more prone to allergies. How those white coated scientists ever made that connection is beyond me. Says here that theyre also more prone to dyslexia and speech impairment. They also catch up with puberty around five months after us right handed ones do. Skeptical as I am to these whimsical facts, I suppose it cant be easy for them to adjust to a world dominated by right handed people.
On the bright side, left handedness leaves the right side of the brain more active. This means that those that can efficiently use their left tend to be more creative, with an ability to map in 3-D and generally recognize patterns. These people are also efficient multi taskers.
August 13th is celebrated as International Left Hander's Day. A whole day dedicated to the celebration of those with a slightly bizarre inclination.