Throughout the centuries, being left-handed was seen as a curse. These historical giants proved otherwise.
Even during the 20th century teachers would sometimes resort to tying their pupils’ left hands behind their backs, leaving them to struggle in the right-handed educational world. But God doesn’t make mistakes, and many left-handed people in history have triumphed, making huge contributions to society, due in part to their very wonderful left hands.
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