Day handwriting ( handwriting Day )

growing with each passing year the popularity of computers, electronic mail and electronic notebooks, SMS, sets of stickers printed with phrases, tips, and other means of rapid communication gradually withdraws from modern man to express their thoughts by writing them himself. Perhaps in the near future, a letter or a postcard, written "by hand", will be a welcome acquisition.

Today, the world celebrates the Day of handwriting or, more elegantly, Day handwriting (National Handwriting Day), which is established to remind us all of the unique handwriting of the need to practice it, the handwriting of the uniqueness of each person.

Day was initiated by the Association of manufacturers of writing instruments (Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association, WIMA), and proclaimed that date "handwriting" holiday 23 January. Interestingly, was born on January 23, a prominent American statesmen — John Hancock (John Hancock, January 23, 1737 — October 8 in 1793), who first put his signature on Declaration of Independence. Hancock's signature was big and sprawling that it has added credibility to the author.

Handwriting history of thousands of years, and perhaps for the same time people have tried to define the character of a man's handwriting. His thoughts on the relationship of handwriting with the spiritual world of man expressed and Aristotle, and the great Italians of the Renaissance. In 1875, the French abbot Jean Hyppolite Mishoner first used the term "graphology" (ancient Greek.