Left-handed people existed at all times and everywhere, but were treated differently in different countries. For example, in ancient Greece it was believed that a left-handed person was related to the gods, and therefore could bring happiness.
Almost the same thought Chinese and Indians. Medieval Europe, on the other hand, was not particularly tolerant, so it was suspected that the left-handed people here were concerned with the devil, that they were accused of all fatal sins and that they were subjected to terrible torture. In the former Russia, left-wingers were not allowed to testify in court.
In the 20th century, severe retraining was a torture for left-handed users – they were forced to write with their right hands. This happened in the Soviet Union. But scientists have learned that this practice is harmful, contrary to the laws of nature, and leads to delay in development, mental deviations and other negative events.
Most of the devices always make right-handed users: mechanical meat grinders, sewing machines, most cars and others, thus causing disturbance to the left-handed members of mankind. For this reason, his left hand often has to train his right arms, and this develops the left hemisphere, so the brain needs to work more and more.
As a result, the left-handers perfectly adapt to the world and become accustomed to discomfort.
Scientists have found that the left and right brain is divided between the processing of positive and negative emotions. As a result, the right-handers are more optimistic, while the left-handers are more pessimistic. They are exposed to more impressive, exciting, emotional explosions and a sharp change in mood.
The most famous left-handers: Albert Einstein, Napoleon Bonaparte, Julius Caesar, Leonardo da Vinci, Beethoven, Mozart, Michelangelo, Nikolai Leskov (author, author of Lefty), Vladimir Dahl, Leo Tolstoy, Sergei Prokofiev, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Garry Kasparov, Victor Sukhorukov, Bruce Willis, Julia Roberts, Bill Gates and others.