‘K’ is about character and strength

Handwriting and all the letters of The Living Alphabet encourage each writer to recognize their own power to be the authority and royal director of their qualities, talents and desired achievements.

Authorship, achievement, royalty, sovereignty and dignity relate to the letter “Kk.” The archetype of this letter advises you to claim your own power of sovereignty and author your own “book of life.” Only you have jurisdiction over your thoughts, only you can govern the expressions of your emotions, and only you can focus your attention on desirable achievements.

The letter “Kk” supports you in developing or enhancing qualities of courage, focused attention, enduring willpower, determination and perseverance. All of these attributes add up to character strength through which you can accomplish noble achievements that only you can actualize and offer to the world.

When you embody the powers of the letter “Kk,” you can correct rooted attitudes and/or physiological conditions that express themselves in dissonant patterns. The archetype of the letter “Kk” reminds you that one of your crowning achievements will be when you engage your power to change repetitive challenges and conditions into the natural state of wholeness and happiness that is your inherent nature. That is demonstrating that you are the author of your life.

In writing the letter “Kk,” you begin with a downward straight line. The meaning behind that line is: “I am the author of my life with sovereignty and courage.” In creating the remainder of the letter “Kk,” you include wisdom and understanding as supportive qualities in maintaining your authorship.

In chronological order, the letter “Kk” is number 11. This number highlights the teaching that the contrasts of intellect/intuition, mind/heart, and giving/receiving must be in balance in order for you to experience yourself as an empowered presence in the world.

The concluding message of the letter “Kk” is: remember that you are the author in writing your own life script. It also reminds you that you have the power to create your own personal world of peace, order, and prosperity.


Angeline Welk of Princeville is a professional handwriting analyst. She writes this regular column for The Garden Island and maintains a website at http://ourlivingalphabet.com. She can be reached at alefangel@gmail.com


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