It will never die. I write now more than I ever did. The growing collection of notebooks and pens on my desk is proof of that.
Despite those who say it’s dying. That it’s obsolete. That, more and more, machines will take over the tasks we use handwriting for. That schools will teach it less and less. Despite all of the obstacles and the naysayers, writing by hand will live on long after you and I are gone.
How do I know?
Our children. Mine and yours. All of us who write by hand and advocate its importance and advantages. We who have children will write by hand in front of those children. Through such actions they will learn from us that writing by hand is something one does. We will teach them to do the same.
— Handwriting will not die... by Patrick Rhone at The Cramped