I was “analytically” reading Doc RJ’s Ang Mga Lihim at Kwento... when that rational mindset was slowly transformed into an empathic actor of the Agricultural Technical Officer, main character of the blog. I was feeling very tired and exhausted, with muscle pains all over my body because of the work load of this blogging-vet-friend-wonder from the land of Oz (a.k.a. kababayang mandirigma from the Stone Fort City in the Land of
As I reached the end of the piggery and poultry experience, tired
(aside from its being a long blog, hehehe), I saw the question – “Kung ipinaskil kaya ng agency sa job ad nila at sinabi rin sa job offer/visa na diesel attendant ang totoong trabaho (sa ganu'ng parehong sweldong natatanggap nila ngayon) tatanggapin pa rin kaya nila ang trabaho bilang isang diesel attendant “, I begun to be energized again and was cheering with glee with the way the question was designed. I guess kulang na lang pompoms and it was going to be a High School Musicale Night in my villa.
As I read through, I saw a very familiar name appeared – nicely and neatly handwritten. I almost got choked with my personal concoction of fresh Kiwi, grapes and green apple fruits which I was sumptuously enjoying. Geez, I’ve been tagged! And it’s a handwriting exposé.
Well, this should not be another dull and droning tag-post so I had to take the tag-writing-flamboyance of the tag geniuses Doc RJ, BlogusVox and Prof PaJay. Their elan for tag blogs are products of their ingenuity and novelty. I admit I coveted their style so I had to exert extra effort in making this post. I had to do research work and I’m just thankful that research work nowadays is much easier than it was 20 to 30 years ago.
Here are what I found out about HANDWRITING and its study and analysis known as GRAPHOLOGY:
(Brace yourselves up...it’s going to be another long post!)
From Businessballs: Graphology is the study of handwriting and handwriting analysis. It is now an accepted and increasingly used technique for assessment of people in organizations. It is said that handwriting analysis is an effective and reliable indicator of personality and behaviour, and so is a useful tool for many organizational processes, for example: recruitment, interviewing and selection, team-building, counselling, and career-planning. Check this link -
From Graphology-Handwriting Analysis: Graphology is so informative because it reveals subconscious character, the real personality, not just the persona and the one seen when a person is at his best.
Graphology can be used to identify personality strengths and challenges, to determine reliability, to display ability, talent, and intelligence, as a hiring tool--it allows you to select the right person for the job, to evaluate management or sales potential, to evaluate compatibility, to understand management or sales style, to detect leadership ability, to evaluate employees for promotions, as a tool for career guidance, as an aid in negotiations, and in numerous other ways.
Relating to romantic relationships, a good handwriting analysis can tell you if a person fears commitment, avoids conflict, lacks a good sense of discernment (necessary to identify and understand personality and relationship issues), is emotionally mature or immature, is impulsive, fears intimacy, is restless, is self-conscious, lacks self-esteem and ego strength, has an excessive interest or disinterest in sex, fears success, fears trusting others, has a tendency to withdraw, and much more.
Some pointers on how to look at Handwriting and Its Meaning.
If letters slant to the left: Indicates introspection and a lot of emotional control.
If letter slant to the right: Reveals a person who's outgoing, friendly, impulsive, and emotionally open.
If letters are straight up and down: The sign of someone who's ruled by the head, not the heart.
Letters that slant in direction: Indicates versatility and adaptability.
An erratic slant: Usually means a lack of flexibility.
Heavy pressure writing (like you can feel the rib made on the back of the paper): The writer is agitated.
Moderate pressure (the writing is dark, but you can't feel the rib on the other side of the paper): Shows ability to .
Light pressure: Indicates someone who seems to take life in stride.
Tiny letters: Indicate the writer is has somewhat low but is intelligent.
Small letters: The hallmark of quiet, introspective types - they're generally detail-oriented and have good concentration.
Large letters: Sign of a confident, easygoing individual.
Huge letters: Indicate someone who's theatrical, usually loud, and needs to be the center of attention at all times.
Wide letters (their width and height are about the same): The mark of someone who's open and friendly.
Narrow letters: Show someone who's somewhat shy and inhibited but very self-disciplined.
Letters that don't touch: Indicate an impulsive, artistic, sometimes impractical free thinker.
Some letters connecting: Means the writer's personality blends logic and intuition.
All letters making contact: The sign of someone who's highly cautious.
A curved first mark: Shows a person who's traditional and plays by the rules.
A straight beginning stroke: Reveals someone who's rigid and doesn't like being told what to do.
A final stroke straight across: The writer is cautious.
An end mark that curves up: Reveals generosity.
Perfect penmanship: The hallmark of a communicative person.
An indecipherable scrawl: Indicates a person who's secretive, closed-up and likes to keep his thoughts to himself.
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