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Winged for Healing 'News'
by Joyce White   
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Last edited: Friday, February 04, 2011
Posted: Friday, February 04, 2011

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No text or email voice saying, “You’ve got mail!” will ever take the place of a scrawling script saying,
“I love you, mom.”

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New Year News!
Greetings for the New Year!
Just a few thoughts for the New Year…from me. Even if evidence is visibly lacking all of us can play a huge role in today’s disturbing trends of malice and heartlessness by using diplomacy and kindness when speaking and socializing with others. We don’t have to meditate on top of a mountain for 20 years to learn the ways of kindness.

After all, we learned many ways to be kind in Kindergarten. We learned to share our toys with others…we learned smiles are contagious…we learned when we yell at others, they yell back at us, that’s cause and effect of tempers…we learned to listen and not speak when others are talking. We also learned to take a nap when we get cranky, and that cookies go great with milk! We learned to listen when the teacher and other adults are speaking and to sit quietly so others can hear. "

At a time when our discourse has become so sharply polarized, at a time when we are far too eager to lay the blame for all that ails the world at the feet of those who think differently than we do," Obama said, "it's important for us to pause for a moment and make sure that we are talking with each other in a way that heals, not a way that wounds." I’ve spent the last few years spreading healing and joy through creative self-expression and networking. It is just plain good medicine to share. Below you will find just some of my recent articles and book reviews. I hope you will enjoy. For more insight into my work, please come visit all my webs.

Topic: February News
What is going on today with kids & writing?
Cursive Writing - Why the confusion?

Plato maintained that technical ability alone was not enough to make an artist…man who creates by means of reason will pale before the art of inspired beings.”

Cursive writing is an art form with swoops, angles and curling that is unique to each of us and is especially good exercise for developing a child’s fine motor skills. I would hate to see it dropped out of our primary school system to make way for introduction to typing and computer skills. I do think everyone should learn to type and use the computer but not until they learn good penmanship first.

No two handwritten letters are the same. Leaning to write in cursive takes time and organizational thought. It takes quiet to concentrate. It takes perseverance to learn to stay in between the lines. No emoticon on the web can convey as much affection as an exclamation mark or happy face written in a personal note by our kid’s hands.

I think it is interesting that the most recognized and prominent cursive signature in our world is that of John Hancock when he signed the Declaration of Independence in 1776. John Hancock is regarded as one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America. He was a delegate from Massachusetts. His signature was bold, original, proud, and artistic. It says a lot. Most of us will agree John Hancock would consider it a societal responsibility to teach our children good penmanship, grammar, punctuation and capitalizing – - so they can actually celebrate life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

Analyzing the actual physical action of cursive writing is a dead giveaway in regards to an individual’s personality and emotions. This study is called penmanship analysis and it can make or break us socially and/or professionally. We can even be passed over on jobs because of corporate pro-filers analyzing and deciphering our emotional stability and outlook on life through the “lean” of our letters and numbers. If an individual fluctuates between the two directions, he may be indecisive and unsure of where he is going. An inconsistent person, one who struggles with responsibility and commitment, often has sporadic handwriting that changes in style and direction.

Writing in cursive is a wonderful and creative way to turn the burning inside our heads into bridges of relationships. Cursive writing blossoms across the page in delightful flowing scribbles. Everyone enjoys reading and writing cursive as it stalls and stops on the page. Learning to write and read cursive is fun and instinctual. Most of us enjoy the individual uniqueness of our own hand. Nobody writes the same. We all get excited when hearing our name or seeing our signature. No text or email voice saying, “You’ve got mail!” will ever take the place of a scrawling script saying,
“I love you, mom.”
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