International Left-Handers Day 2022: The day aims to increase public awareness of the difficulties left-handed people have when adjusting to a right-hand-dominated society. Additionally, it gives right-handed persons a chance to encounter it firsthand. According to an old proverb, “Right-handed people use their left side of the brain, whereas left-handed persons use their right side.”
There are many left-handed individuals throughout the world, notably famous personalities, world leaders, etc. In actuality, many people feel equally at ease using both hands. The 13th of August is designated as International Lefthanders Day to recognize the distinctiveness of lefties.
On August 13, 1992, the Club established International Left-handers Day as a yearly occasion so that left-handers around the world may commemorate their individuality and raise public awareness of the benefits and drawbacks of being left-handed. The occasion is now recognized on a global scale. More than 20 regional activities have been held in the UK to commemorate the day, involving left-v-right sports competitions, a left-handed freedom caucus, and countrywide “Lefty Zones” where lefthanders’ ingenuity, flexibility, and athletic skill were highlighted, among other things.
These incidents have undoubtedly helped to raise insight into the challenges and disappointments that left-handed people face daily. Although there is currently no known cause for why some individuals are left-handed, it is estimated that 13% of individuals globally are left-handed. This trait is assumed to be hereditary and unquestionably is genetic.
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Top Quotes, Images, Messages, Greetings, Slogans, and Posters To Share on International Left-Handers Day 2022
“If the left half of the brain controls the right half of the body then only left handed people are in the right mind.” — W.C. Fields
“Lefties – in great demand but limited supply!” — Anonymous
“Damned infernal gizmo. My kingdom for a left-handed can opener.” — Montgomery Burns
“All the decisive blows are struck left-handed.” — Walter Benjamin
Some scientists recently discovered a gene they think “makes it feasible to have had a left-handed child.” Therefore, if a person carries that gene, one or more of their offspring may be left-handed, and if they do not, there will be only right-handers. Left-handedness is a genetic trait that will be passed down from generation to generation if a person possesses it.
Some of the famous left-handers we know in real life are Rajnikanth, Bill Gates, Barack Obama, Ratan Tata, Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi, Narendra Modi, Sachin Tendulkar, and Amitabh Bachchan.