Before I share this with you, I have to tell you that I’m a right-handed person. When I saw this post about left-handed people it made me really jealous.
I’m kidding, of course.
It provoked me to see what makes left-handed people the best lovers. I didn’t want to open it at first, but the I-want-to-know-everything person in me was stronger.
I opened it up and I really think it’s interesting. I already shared this with all left-handed people I know and most of them confirmed me this.
Of course, who would say no if you tell them this is why you are the best lover?
Can you imagine?
They will all say yes. One of my friends even said:
I know I’m the best lover. And as you can see, there is something that confirms that.
Then, she hit her husband who was drinking tea to confirm what she said. I adore her and her sense of humor.
Here are the reasons I was telling you about.
They Are Smart
Have you heard that left-handed people are smarter than right-handed? – I have. About 20% of the Mensa members are left handed.
They are forced to use both hemispheres of the brain more often than the right-handed.
They Are Uncommon
It’s really rare to find a left-handed person. The chances are really small. About 10% of all the people in the world belong in this category.
You know how they say: If it’s rare, it’s special!
Natural Born Leaders
Just take a look at our presidents: Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Gerald Ford, and George H.W. Bush. They were all left-handed.
What a great company to be in.
They are Independent
Left handed people have an incredible force to support themselves when they are down.
Statistics say that left-handed people are 15% more likely to be richer than an average person.
Numbers show that they are about 26% richer when they get a higher education.
The Best Multi-Taskers
They are better at multitasking than the right-handed. I don’t agree with this, but it’s okay.
They can do several things at once and people comment that this is their best quality in a relationship.
They Are Creative
Left handed people are creative and innovative thinkers. That’s because they use their right brain more often than the left.
This improves their artistic, musical, and linguistic capabilities. Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci were both lefties.
It’s important to have a very creative person beside you.
This doesn’t need to mean that you need to search for these people and feel loved.
It’s just something I found interesting to share with you.
Now, don’t forget to share this with your friends. They might have a left-handed person beside them.
Source: Higher Perspectives