Here’s the principle. The eye tends to connect
parts. So what you want to do, understanding that idea, is make sure that when you draw
your C it has enough roundedness to it because it’s a rounded one story form, but that it’s
open enough so that it does not read as an O. This part of the letter, its distinguishing
characteristic part, okay, but basically also just the fact that it’s open here unlike the
O. So this is how we know our C. This is how the C says I’m a C and not an O. Distinguishing
characteristic on the B is two bowls instead of the one bowl that you’re going to see on
the D. Turn the card over, get our magic words, concentration, consciousness, connective.
This word. The alphabet is very connected. What is the alphabet not connected to? When
you calligraph, when you write beautiful letters, what part of your brain are you not connecting
to? What part of your body? It’s very, very connected.