Thursday, 20 November 2014

Creative Writing requires a 'Pen'

Creative Writing, as the name suggests is an ability to present and express thoughts in a way that is different from the regular writing practiced by people. It is rather a skill that brings out an artist from within. Creative writing is not everybody’s cup of tea as it promotes effectively blending the knowledge, the thoughts and the ability to write and consequently produce a reading piece that is remarkable.

Every novel we read, or even those articles in our favorite magazines, the many website pages which we surf each day, are all a result of creative writing.

How do you think creative writing becomes possible?

Try to revisit your school days. All I recall being a student is that my first lessons were written down in notebooks. In fact piles of handwritten notes year after year, for every subject got accumulated and this is how we studied. May be (not being sure about everyone), we would still find our comfort zone writing stuff that strikes our mind with the help of pen and paper instead of typing the same on a computer screen.

The mechanics involved behind typing and keyboarding can never deliver the same effect as it does when writing in hand. Creative writing is a business that happens in splits and not in prolonged duration. If I have to write something that has just gone through my mind, I shouldn't be switching on my machine and then typing it later on particular software. But, I would just open a page of my notebook and jot down whatever strikes. Certainly all these shots of writing can then be typed and edited over a computer later on.

Creative writing happens when we initially put all the personal ideas on paper. The process starts the day we start our education. A handwritten page is full of rewritten words, scratches, arrows pointing the right positioning of sentences and even scribbling. This is how we deliver (for others to read) or read (from other sources) the outcome in its final stage. And so it justifies the statement that, “to write, and to write creatively, we need a pen.”  

My opinion can be well substantiated with the fact that the ‘Mahagranths’ or epics like Mahabharat by Rishi Vyas, Ramayana by Valmiki, Geetanjali by Rabindranath Tagore, Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare, Tale of two cities, Oliver Twist and David Copperfield by Charles Dickens  etc. were all written and not typed. And the writers today are nowhere to reach closer to the legendary writers of that era. May be the ‘missing pen’ has something to do with it…

This article nowhere debates about the preference or the superiority of means and sources for practicing creative writing. It represents just a personal thought. Creative writing is all about choosing the tool that best suits the writer’s convenience.

Share your views about the same with us.

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Monday, 17 November 2014

The Misconception about Graphology

‘Graphology’ is made up of two words ‘Grapho + logy’, where ‘Grapho’ is about graphics, lines, letters or words and ‘logy’ means the study of words. I fail to understand why in the world people confuse it with Astrology. Words written by hand can only depict the status when they are written, but nothing about the past or future. So let us discuss in brief what ‘Graphology’ exactly is!

According to the handwriting analysts or graphologists, an individual’s nature or rather personality can be known with his/her handwriting. With the popularity of graphology i.e. handwriting analysis, has also come a major misconception about the same. Graphology is many times misconceived to be “astrology”.

Graphology is NOT Astrology

Astrology is a tool which tells something about an individual’s future or past life or destiny. Some of the commonly known methods are tarot card reading, palm reading and more such fortune telling practices.

Graphology on the other hand is a rare knack of analyzing an individual’s personality traits through handwritten scripts in any language. Graphologists study and analyze the handwritten contents as on that day and at that particular time.  

Astrology and Graphology are nowhere related. They are probably like the north and south poles. Graphology cannot predict future, neither can it tells anybody’s fortune or life incidents. It is only and only about studying a handwriting with a focus on the formations like loops, slants, spaces, pressure etc. as written in that time. The graphology results may vary. For example- the handwriting of a same individual can reflect different characteristics at an age of 8 years and 18 years. Even handwriting of the same person during the day and night may show difference in the graphology results.

We must know that handwriting changes with the passage of time. It may also vary according to the mood fluctuations i.e. it may be different when a person is happy, sad or in pressure. This makes it clear to us that graphology is an answer to any question related to person, personality, behavior, mood swings etc.

To deviate a bit from the subject, listed here are some of the properties of graphology that will help you understand it more clearly:
  • No two people have similar writing and therefore the graphology report is unique for every individual
  • It is totally based on the writing, irrespective of the gender bias or discrimination like age and religion etc.
  • There are no chances of manipulation or fluctuation in the result as it is based on the written substance
I now hope that those reading this article have a thorough idea of Graphology and how it is different from Astrology.

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Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Handwriting reveals kids’ inner anxiety

According to an article in Times of India, Kolkata, Handwriting reveals kids’ inner anxiety, dated August 24th, 2014 “At least 10 to 15% of the kids in a classroom are suffering from attention-related disorders, aggression and other psychological issues... Now, school counsellors have started linking such psychological aberrations with handwriting saying that the way kids write often reveals their innermost turmoil.”

It has therefore become important for schools and teachers that they should spot the problems in the child’s handwriting and seek remedies from experienced graphologists and handwriting experts.

Ms. Jhimli in her article says, “It's a complex situation and starts from the primary stage with bad handwriting. Children from the kindergarten stage are mandatorily put through a handwriting regimen, first through pattern drawing and then formation of letters and cursive writing. This follows an international format certified by the UNICEF which should help them develop a legible, if not beautiful, handwriting by the time they are well into the primary stage. But, typically, there would be some kids, about seven to eight in a class of 45, who are not able to grasp these techniques, not because of a learning disorder but because they are suffering from deep psychosomatic disorders. Kids are divided into two categories Y2 and Y6 for this. The former indicates kids who are about seven years old and the latter are for those who are 11 years old. By the time they reach the Y2 stage, kids should be able to display a certain threshold of handwriting consistency, though the desired neatness happens at the Y6 stage. Children, who are still sloppy after Y6, are naturally displaying inner disturbance and need immediate psycho mapping and therapy, it is believed.”

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Sunday, 13 July 2014

Students with illegible handwriting score lesser in exams

Researches from top universities state that those with poor handwriting struggle in their academics. It requires more brain power to be able to put down words on a paper. This is directly proportional to the ability to present thoughts, come up with innovative ideas and choose the correct vocabulary while speaking and writing.

Another predominating fact highlighted by the Warwick University is that that boys tend to have poorer handwriting than that of girls.

 How do teachers respond to poor handwriting?

Through several years of experience in the field of handwriting, Write Right has discovered (after discussing with thousands of teachers) that knowingly or unknowingly teachers are likely to evaluate answer sheets being biased. Answer sheets which are hard to decipher involve larger efforts and time. Moreover, words or sentences can be misunderstood affecting the loss of marks in one or more questions. Teachers may overlook or give up on poorly written papers and for this reason such answer sheets receive low scores and grades.

What is the solution to score more with good handwriting?

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Thursday, 10 July 2014

The Un-ignorable (handwritten) Post-it Notes

Whether a student, or a professional, a house-wife or anyone, using a post-it note is common in all of them. I realize that technology never lets us down by any means and has the solution to all our requirements (related to writing), but still managing short term (or long terms) goals on post-it sticky notes somehow feels more efficient. Do you second the same?

Some people love to remember dates, some have to maintain a wide list of works to be done on a particular day and some just have to list down the grocery items they got to buy while returning back home. Using a PC or downloading a whole new app on my phone just to do this, is that what your idea is? Well… it’s not mine! I have and would rather always prefer to use post it notes and stick them on my walls, wardrobes or work-station. So, that whenever I put my eyes on them (even by a chance), I would remember what was I supposed to do when, where did I have to go on a particular day, which lessons I had to prepare etc. I certainly believe, similar is the case with many others.

And… people think technology has over powered the ancient art of writing in hand. Well no. Handwriting will still be a part of our first lesson in schools and it will be always be a foundation of education.

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