the action of wasting time.

Attention Seeking

Ending stroke at 45* are attention seekers.
Seen in alphabet e and n.

Tip: Ending stroke is waste of time.

After Cheating Stuck y

This formation inherits all the features of claw in y and in additon details given below.

  • After cheating stuck
  • Complication
  • Wasting time
  • Gets caught

Observation: The claw formation develops mostly in joint (large) families. They see duality in the home by mother for family members.


Time Wasting y

Time Wasting y

  • Wasting time in very big way. [Ending Stroke]
  • They could have reached MZ, did not!
  • Do wrong things.
  • Does things at wrong time. Coffee at 2 am.

Observation: These people in spite of going up, come down in the end. The success rate is comparatively low.

Heart Shaped i Dotting

Heart Shaped i Dotting

  • Wastage of time.
  • Says sorry and expect others to say sorry.

Circular i dotting

Circular i dotting

Jealous h

Jealous h

Stubborn Starting Stroke h

Starting Stroke h

  • Stubborn
  • Will hold on.
  • Immaturity
  • Wastage of time.
  • Will take time to start work, due to starting stroke formation.

Observation: They speak more with their relatives. They give time to relatives (past aka left side).

Starting Stroke S

Starting Stroke S

  • Takes a lot of time to sympathize.

They tend to waste time and also take time to understand things. The long starting stroke shows immaturity.

Starting Stroke

Beginning stroke : Initial stroke, may or may not be necessary to the basic letter form. May be a flourish, straight, curved, long, or short stroke; also called lead-in stroke.

Starting stroke

  • Wastage of time
  • Immature

Starting Stroke Stretched. - Doesn't start quickly.

Wide Starting Stroke - Takes time to understand things. Immature.

Alphabet h can have a starting stroke in the Upper Zone.

Alphabet a can have a starting stroke in the Middle Zone.

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