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1. FEATURE SEGMENT:
Desire for Culture, audio by Bart Baggett
FEATURED AUDIO SEGMENT:
Desire for Culture
I don't see this trait often, but it does show up in handwriting once in a while. I have noticed that the "delta d" indicates a literary flair. I meet many writers, and I see many, many of them who write with this "d." Desire for culture would be sort of an interesting metaphor for people who tend to be more well-read, they are purveyors of opera or society and are very articulate. They tend to be on the cutting-edge of society and very, very educated. The "Greek E" is another letter that indicates desire for culture. These two letters can also indicate someone who prefers things outside of the ordinary. These traits can sometimes be difficult to define in metaphors, but you can always learn more from our Home Study Courses about evaluating and combining traits. http://myhandwriting.com/order/catalog.html
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