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The Handwriting War

DSC_0040 (1)How does it feel to you to set a nice gel-tipped pen on paper and inscribe? At the end of a long day when you take your journal to bed and let your thoughts and emotions pour out from your heart to your hand into something you can HOLD, something that came from the earth and that can go back into the earth again—how does that feel? You have something you can crumple up or burn or frame… Paper with something from YOU on it. Not a uniform typed print that expresses nothing of who you are; not print that you pressed buttons and stared at a screen to achieve but ink that you pushed into paper with the emotions you carry.

When you read back over your journals, does every page look the same or does your handwriting change depending on the emotion of the entry? Mine changes. Sometimes I write in very small script if I’m feeling shy and vulnerable. I like a languid, stretched script when I’m feeling romantic. There are pages in my journal with giant scribbles and big printed letters, underlined and messy when I really need to get a point across to myself.

Do you like receiving handwritten ‘thank you’ or birthday cards? What if that ceased to exist? How about if the only cards you received were printed from a computer, “script” font and all, or even worse, only came via email and the need for paper was eliminated?

What about those of you who write songs? How is it to prop up a computer on top of your piano and type words? Do you feel connected to those words and those feelings, or do you need to put a pencil on paper and get messy with it? I couldn’t write a song on the computer if my life depended on it. A computer screen turns off the creativity in my brain that is rooted in the tangible elements of nature. It provides unlimited distraction with the internet so close by my ‘text-edit’ icon, and instantly disconnects me from the struggle I need in order to turn out good work.

The struggle is important. All our advances in technology are aimed at making life easier… But then what happens? What happens when everything is just… Easy? What evidence in history do we have that an easy life gave birth to anything of value? None. Humans create brilliant things through struggle.

This is my argument for why cursive handwriting should remain a foundational part of school curriculum, as a response to this New York Times article I read last week. Anne Trubek says Handwriting Just Doesn’t Matter. And the federal education system agrees with her. “The desire to write faster has driven innovations throughout history: Ballpoint pens replaced quill pens; typewriters improved on pens; and computers go faster than typewriters. Why go back?” Trubek notes. Furthermore she is suggesting that, since people are judged on their penmanship, typing “levels the playing field” and, finally, claims there will be no loss to our children’s intelligence as a result.

Alright, so, imagine an age (very soon) when handwriting is as lost an art as heiroglyphics. Imagine being totally unable to write your words, thoughts or feelings without the assistance of a computer. Can you go there—where your handwriting doesn’t matter? Where so totally does it not matter that you are unable to write with your hands….

YOUR handwriting, I would argue, is part of your freedom and here’s why: Handwriting is, on its most basic level, a way you express yourself that no one can replace or take away from you—unless schools & parents stop teaching it.  If no one teaches our children how to make the words flow using cursive and they want to journal or just write with a pen for pleasure, block printing is a hindrance.  They have no real choice. They become a slave to their need for a computer in a vital-organ sort of way. Or (because who wants to stare at a screen all day?) they just stop writing all together.

You know what else happens when you type on a computer?  It spells things for you. Suddenly you don’t have to learn how to spell anymore. Sure, it’s easier. It also makes you dumber. On top of that, there’s our physical health: according to this recent Harvard study the blue light from computers can interrupt circadian rhythm by suppressing melatonin—a hormone that helps you sleep, and decreased amounts of which has been linked to cancer, diabetes, increased risk of depression and more. So… that would make us a society of people who are constantly in a state of mental and physical strain, who don’t know how to spell and who are completely reliant on electronics for the most basic form of communication outside of speaking.

Here are two clips from one of my all-time favorite films, Equilibrium. Emily Watson (first scene) has been captured by a law-enforcement captain (Christian Bale) in a future society where everyone takes daily medication to eliminate emotion. In the second scene he is raiding an underground ‘Resistance’ collection of vintage (illegal) items such as books, snowglobes, art, record players, etc. But he has stopped taking his numbing medication…

It may seem like I’m being dramatic but this is where we are headed, little by little, with the slow, seemingly-harmless dismantling of things that make us slow down and feel; things like books, classical music, records, and handwriting. Your ability to connect your thoughts to a piece of paper without an electronic conduit is as important as your ability to choose your clothes, makeup, haircut, food, bank, lovers, church… If you are not educated enough to express yourself without the need for an electronic device, do you understand how much you now rely on being provided that device? Who is in control of your self expression then? You? …I don’t think so. I wonder how long it will take after handwriting is obsolete for other self expressions to follow suit. I’m actually terrified by this. Boy, did Orwell get it right, or did he get it right.

What does handwriting mean to you?

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103 Comments

  • Reply Zara

    Hi

    Honestly I never really thought about my handwriting that much. I have never really liked it all that much.

    After read this entry it really made me think. I definitely agree that are handwriting is a way of self expression. We all need to keep it alive for the young generations.

    Your right that are emotions definitely do reflect in are handwriting at different stages in are lives. I think a personal handwritten journal or a hand written card is one of the best things that I person can own.

    Thank you so much for taking the time to share your thoughts with us on this topic.

    August 31, 2016 at 7:00 am
    • Reply Alexandra Benz

      I believe that handwriting is more important than most people realize. Our hadwriting makes each of us unique because no two people have the same handwriting. It also makes us human because you actually feel something physically when you write.

      Take me for example. As ridiculous as this may sound, I never crawled so writing makes my hand hurt A LOT and very quickly since I never got used to heavy wrist movement (which comes with crawling) but I wouldn’t trade it because like I said, it makes me feel human.

      Imagine holding on to a handwritten letter from your grandmother years after she’s passed away. That letter is a part of her, she held that letter at one point and she created the words on that page and as long as you have it you will also have a part of her with you. Now imagine that letter being written on a computer, in a standard font which makes it no different from a letter that anybody else could have written. It takes all the sentimental value, the humanity and the uniqueness out of it.

      We can’t take the humanity out of writing. We can’t deprive kids of the ability to express themselves uniquely not only in the content they write but in the way they write it. It’s not fair. They have as much right to learn this skill as the rest of us.

      September 2, 2016 at 6:05 pm
  • Reply Danielle

    As a teacher in a public school I could not agree with you more. When I write notes in cursive on the papers I give back to my students I need to read it to them. They are not even able to read in cursive and they are in the 7th grade. My district pushes using Google Docs to write papers and I refuse to use it until they are ready to type their final draft. Writing should be a struggle and they need to feel that pencil to paper as well as the tug of the eraser.

    August 31, 2016 at 8:26 am
  • Reply Steff

    I agree with you 100%. My handwriting is terrible. I get made fun of for it. But when I write my thoughts down I couldn’t imagine using a computer. When I read old journals I can remember physically writing them and how I was feeling. There was emotion behind it, just by seeing how much pressure I was putting on the pen. Or pencil. Detectives won’t ask us for a computer sample. I mean that’s exteme but for us to not learn handwriting…Cursive I do think is kind of useless. I struggled withb it greatly. Mostly because when I was 6 my teacher removed my pencil from my left hand and put it in my right hand. I’m fairly certain that’s why my handwriting is so bad. But I couldn’t imagine not having it at all. Thank youn for writing this out. Also that movie looks really great; I’ve never seen it.

    August 31, 2016 at 12:11 pm
  • Reply amandine

    Hi Joy !! what a great blog entry ! i would love to answer you by writing you a letter but you’re too far away 🙂 computer and email are a good thing but we need to keep going with the “old” stuff ! my son is 15 months old and i want him to draw with pens and paper not on

    August 31, 2016 at 12:43 pm
  • Reply amandine

    an ipad ! in france they are starting to teach school every day on a computer and it’s scarying me that kids won’t be able to write ! i love a great personnalised birthday card or a holiday card ! and i can’t agree with you more about Equilibrium ! i saw this movie a least 20 times it’s so beautiful ! so many great messages in this movie and chistian bale is amazing so is Emily watson ! thanks for this blog entry ! i loved it

    August 31, 2016 at 12:46 pm
  • Reply Ask-Mama

    I totally agree with you on handwriting. Not the cursive part. But handwriting in general. in my kids elementary school they give them more time to use the ipad and computer then actually handwritten work. I had to tell my childs teacher not to let my child use it. I don’t agree with it. Yes they have their own tablets at home that they get to use once a day for 30-60 minutes. As long as they did what they needed to. They do writing activities with me. we go out and play. we read. we laugh. we horse/monkey around and it’s never a dull moment but with the computer there is no emotion and i think that’s why it’s so hard for me to write my review blog, because it’s not like my journal where I feel my emotion and can reread and feel the emotion all over just from reading my own journal. My handwritten journal is a big part of me, it’s my soul in a book that I carry wherever I go. I need it, My Journal is my drug, my life, my soul, my heart… Every last word I personally wrote.

    August 31, 2016 at 5:20 pm
  • Reply Elle

    Totally agree! When I am writing a paper for my college classes I have to write it out all on paper until the very final draft. If I don’t, I just stare at my computer and then eventually start searching the web. Also, I am very lucky that the school my daughter attends still teaches them cursive and she has an aunt who pens her letters. (A double bonus on my part since she is getting a disconnect from technology and she practicing her handwriting.)

    August 31, 2016 at 7:22 pm
  • Reply Vicki Burris

    I also agree that we as a society are becoming to dependent on electronics. I see it in my kids and their friends. Talking on the phone having a conversation is also a lost art if you will and not putting the cell phone down for hours. That’s another topic for later. I did crafts with my daughter when she was 3 years old and she still will do some to this day. Handwriting shows character,thought process that you realize you have and when you read back what you wrote, it sends your mind to go further with that thought or issue.I like getting Christmas cards that have a handwritten message it is special. So it would be nice to keep somethings like handwriting SIMPLE. Thanks for addressing this topic, it was refreshing to read the other entry’s

    August 31, 2016 at 10:58 pm
  • Reply Cat Shepard

    Wonderful response. I hope you shared it directly with the New York Times! Another thought I’ve had is that this next generation will have no ability to look back on and read the letters written by their parents, grandparents, greatgrandparents, and beyond. They will not be able to read the heartfelt emotions shared between family and friends… how sad is that? They will be reduced to images alone, when there is so much history in the letters they’ve written, which expose their relationships beyond the images that show how they are related. They will need specialists to look back over history who can then share with the masses what has been written by our greatest poets, our greatest leaders, our musicians, and authors. So much of that heartfelt emotion that is tied up with reading someone’s words on paper will be gone… a true tragedy.

    September 1, 2016 at 12:36 pm
  • Reply Catherine

    Hi
    Totally agree with you
    I write a little : some short stories. Like you , my handwriting changes. It depends my feelings when I write. Handwriting matters. And because I love words and handwriting, I think ti begin my bullet journal. I would like my little daughter 8 month can handwriting like me. Maybe we could make it together. I hope so.

    September 1, 2016 at 2:10 pm
  • Reply Theteacher

    I’m a second grade teacher and we still teach cursive at our school! Yay! There are studies that prove cursive helps with cognitive development. There are also studies that prove writing by hand helps you remember things longer.

    September 2, 2016 at 2:24 pm
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  • Reply Britnie Skye

    I don’t really journal anymore but I wanna start it again. I am a college student so just by looking in my school notebooks I can see how my hand writing changes. One day I write small and net because I already know the information or I am relaxed in class, whereas in a fast paced class with lots of notes my hand writing is large and messy.

    Many people think that I am weird because I will write a paper that has to be fifteen typed pages by hand first. I do this because when handwriting I can write as fast as my brain processes the information. I am not a great typist so I often loose my train of thought. Like you said handwriting let’s everything comes out so even when writing for school I like to hand write things so there is more of a connection on my opinions and ideas on the topic.

    Personally I have read so many papers as a tutor in college and a lot of the first papers that a student will have to write freshman year is about them, but they are lifeless and distant. When typing we don’t really pour ourselfs in to it the way we do when handwriting.

    When I am not in classes I volunteer in a elementary school and I am shocked by the fact that not only can kids no longer write in cursive but they can’t read it either. When I was in school we had to learn it. Now it’s no big deal to learn it, I think it should still be required.

    [I think I wrote way to much here]

    September 8, 2016 at 4:01 am
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