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Rav Yisroel Belsky (zt"l) said that one should lean slightly to the left, with one's elbow on the table, in a very comfortable manner. See thisthe YouTube clipvideo for more detail.

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Rav Yisroel Belsky sitting at a table, leaning slightly to his left with his left elbow on the table, and holding a styrofoam cup in his right hand.

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Rav Yisroel Belsky (zt"l) said that one should lean slightly to the left, with one's elbow on the table, in a very comfortable manner. See this YouTube clip for more detail.

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Rav Yisroel Belsky (zt"l) said that one should lean slightly to the left, with one's elbow on the table, in a very comfortable manner. See the YouTube video for more detail.

Here's a screenshot from the full clip:

Rav Yisroel Belsky sitting at a table, leaning slightly to his left with his left elbow on the table, and holding a styrofoam cup in his right hand.

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Rav Yisroel Belsky (zt"l) said that one should lean slightly to the left, with one's elbow on the table, in a very comfortable manner. See this YouTube clip for more detail.

Let me show you a still-image frame grab from the full clip:

Rav Yisroel Belsky (zt"l) said that one should lean slightly to the left, with one's elbow on the table, in a very comfortable manner. See this YouTube clip for more detail.

Rav Yisroel Belsky (zt"l) said that one should lean slightly to the left, with one's elbow on the table, in a very comfortable manner. See this YouTube clip for more detail.

Let me show you a still-image frame grab from the full clip:

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Rav Yisroel Belsky (zt"l) said that one should lean slightly to the left, with one's elbow on the table, in a very comfortable manner. See this YouTube clip for more detail.