A blank piece of paper represents life itself, and what you do on that blank paper represents how you interact with other people and with life around you.
Figure 1: Because we write from left to right as we move across the page, the left represents the past, while the right represents the future.
Figure 2: The ideal adult margins, based on graphology, would be to have the left margin a little wider than the right margin. This would be a healthy left/right balance, meaning you have a healthy relation to the past & future.
- A. Margins Even All Around: Someone who is controlling his/her right margin must write more slowly. There’s no way to write quickly and make every word end in the same place. Therefore, people who keep their margins even all around are most interested in the visual effect. They actually see the paper as almost like a work of art. They are extremely appearance-conscious and interested in beauty, design, symmetry, order, and balance. Everything has to be aesthetically pleasing to these people. To make that happen is to be very detailed-minded, and, of course, to give up spontaneity in the process. Such people plan everything ahead to a great degree.