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Does a left-handed man have to start wearing his clothes from the left side - because his important hand is left, or from the right side - because this is an important hand for most of people?

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For future reference for all other questions relating to what a lefty should do, you might want to check out R' Paysach Krohn's English-language book on halachos for lefties. It's available free by mail if you call his home; he lives in Queens, New York, and is listed. (Obviously, you might want to pay him for it, and the postage.) –  msh210 Oct 5 '10 at 15:46
    
Thanks, for the information, but I know Hebrew better than English (I live in Israel). Also the question is not for me, but for my child, he is currently 4 years old, so I'll find some book in Hebrew, when he would be a bit older. thanks again. –  jutky Oct 5 '10 at 18:35
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For future reference, the book I mention is also online. (Thanks to Dr. Melech Tanen for linking to it.) –  msh210 Dec 11 '11 at 21:10
    
@msh210 Great, thanks. –  jutky Dec 12 '11 at 11:28
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According to the Deberziner Zatzal in Shaalos UTshuvos Beer Moshe - Kuntururs Itur Yad - from the right side like all others.

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Thanks. (bla bla to post a comment) –  jutky Oct 4 '10 at 20:39
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