There are only ten percent of left-handers in the world.
They wake up every morning, in a world built for right-handers.
It is quite the challenge.
There are simple things that right-handers take for granted, from scissors to guitars to cellphones, these are difficult to manage when you are left-handed.
Being left-handed seem cool, it is something that sets you apart from others. It may not be a bad thing, here are some facts: Studies in US, UK and Australia
Left-handers’ brains are structured differently from right-handers’ in ways that can allow them to process language, spatial relations and emotions in more diverse and potentially creative ways. Also, a slightly larger number of left-handers than right-handers are especially gifted in music and math. A study of musicians in professional orchestras found a significantly greater proportion of talented left-handers, even among those who played instruments that seem designed for right-handers, such as violins. Similarly, studies of adolescents who took tests to assess mathematical giftedness found many more left-handers in the population.
For all of the Left-handers out there, just so you know, August 13th is left-handers day. Belated happy left-handers to you all left-handers.