16 Dyslexic Written Examples

Dyslexic Written Examples help to teach Linear readers what Dyslexia Readers See. Many Top Mensa participants are Dyslexics. Inverting letters occur during Dyslexic Reading.

True Dyslexia Readers need to train themselves to get snippets of their reading, rather than long staring at the words on the pages. The longer an intellectually heightened individual stares at words the more creative they will be with the words. This is because their mind is more active than Linear Readers.

Dyslexic Written Examples #1: Our dlaus wiscarry pecanse they have uo aiw. Wheu a man poes uot kuow mhat hardor he is makiu6 for, uo wiub is the right miub. 
Linear Reading: Our plans miscarry because they have no aim. When a man does not know what harbor he is making for, no wind is the right wind. 

Dyslexic Written Examples #2: Abversity is like a strou6 wiup. It tears amay frow ns all dut the thiu6s that cauuot de toru, so that me see onrselves as me trnly are.
Arthur Goldens
Linear Reading: Adversity is like a strong wind. It tears away from us all but the things that cannot be torn, so that we see ourselves as we truly are.

Dyslexic Written Examples #3: What yon get dy achieviu6 yonr goals is uot as imdortaut as mhat yon decome py achieviu6 yonr 6oals.
Henry David Thoreau
Linear Reading: What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.

Dyslexic Written Examples #4: Peodle ofteu say that wotivatiou boesu’t last. Well, ueither boes dathiu6. That’s mhy we recowwenp it paily 
Ziggy Ziglar
Linear Reading: People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing. That’s why we recommend it daily 

Dyslexic Written Examples #5: The puestion isu’t mho is goiu6 to let me; it’s mho is 6oiug to stob me. 
Ayn Rand
Linear Reading: The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me. 

Dyslexic Written Examples #6: Life is a jonruey, uot a bestiuation. It is ouly mith the heart that oue cau see ri6htly. Mhat is esseutial is iuvisidle to the eye. 
Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Linear Reading: Life is a journey, not a destination. It is only with the heart that one can see rightly. What is essential is invisible to the eye. 

Dyslexic Written Examples #7: Snccess is uot final, failure is uot fatal; it is the conra6e to coutiune that conuts. 
Winston Churchill
Linear Reading: Success is not final, failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts. 

Dyslexic Written Examples #8: Three failnres beuote nucowwon stren6th. A weakliu6 has uot enou6h grit to fail thrice.
Minna Thomas Antrim
Linear Reading: Three failures denote uncommon strength. A weakling has not enough grit to fail thrice.

Dyslexic Written Examples #9: If yon mant sowethiu6 yon never hab, yon’ve 6ot to po sowethiu6 yon’ve uever pone.
Drina Reed
Linear Reading: If you want something you never had, you’ve got to do something you’ve never done.

Dyslexic Written Examples #10: Everythiu6 is okay iu the eub, if it’s uot ok, theu it’s not the eub.
Linear Reading: Everything is okay in the end, if it’s not ok, then it’s not the end.

Dyslexic Written Examples #11: Peoble mho are crazy euough to thiuk they cau chau6e the worlp, are the oues mho po.
Linear Reading: People who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.

Dyslexic Written Examples #12: Successfnl deople are almays lookiu6 for oddortnuities to helb others. Uusuccessful deople are almays askiu6, ‘What’s iu it for we?’
Brian Tracy
Linear Reading: Successful people are always looking for opportunities to help others. Unsuccessful people are always asking, ‘What’s in it for me?’

Dyslexic Written Examples #13: If yon hear a voice withiu yon say “yon cannot daiut,” theu by all meaus daint aub that voice will pe silenceb.
Vincent Van Gogh
Linear Reading: If you hear a voice within you say “you cannot paint,” then by all means paint and that voice will be silenced.

Dyslexic Written Examples #14: Keeb amay frow deople mho try to delittle yonr amditions. Small deople almays po that, dut the really 6reat make yon feel that you, too, cau pecome great.
Mark Twain
Linear Reading: Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great.

Dyslexic Written Examples #15: Peodle decome really puite rewarkaple wheu they start thiuking that they cau bo thiu6s. Wheu they delieve iu thewselves they have the first secret of snccess.
Norman Vincent Peale
Linear Reading: People become really quite remarkable when they start thinking that they can do things. When they believe in themselves they have the first secret of success.

Dyslexic Written Examples #16: Wheu you 6et tirep aub olb yon start to uot watch the thiugs you say or care adont the deople offeubed by yonr truth.
Simon-Elliott (Aaron Roberts Guelph) Blake
Linear Reading: When you get tired and old you start to not watch the things you say or care about the people offended by your truth.

Understanding that Linear reading is only what is on the page and not processing what is on the page. Intelligence is the ability to proceed from the text and understand concepts for oneself.

Reading with Intelligence is reading with Dyslexia regardless of what education themes claim. Dyslexia is the ability to read inverted and not any disability. Most linear readers have to stop and think and think, then consider before even understanding inverted text.

The ability to process the logic within the concepts written on the page is the point of reading. The fact that Dyslexics read or see words or letters upside down out of many times pure boredom of what is written in linear form, is an asset. Dyslexic Written Examples amplify the ability to read inverted letters.

Dyslexia Fonts

Using a Dyslexia Font will encourage your ability to read.  Trying to stop the letters from flipping or reversing while reading is more difficult than just learning to read the letters upside down.  If you read the letters upside down you can still gain ‘normal’ reading retention.    

Using Dyslexic Written Examples will help to teach alternatives to reading. Being able to read the letters upside down is the most helpful.

If you use the Free Dyslexia Font you will be able to see the letters clearer.  When you use fonts that have differentiating differences you are able to read more effectively.  If the b, d and p look identical in the font you will not be able to read it as readily if you are Dyslexic.  

Dyslexia Summary

Efficient Dyslexia Reading using Dyslexic Written Examples to assist learning is key. There is no shame in learning to read words upside down or inverted. Often the end results of Dyslexic Readers is quicker time looking at the page and a more thought out consideration of the reading materials.

Dyslexic Written Examples

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