Shulchan Arach: Halachos of a person’s morning preparation:
- Note that the Rama is in brackets [ ]
2. Laws of Dressing: ( 6 chapters )
 The Mishna Brura comments that surely the same applies to his / her other garments.
 I think he is referring to one who pulls back his shoulders and chest, so he looks upright and important like the soldiers do while marching in public. This shows haughtiness. Mishna Brura comments that this posture drives away the divine presence.
 About 6 to 8 feet. For one cubit is either 1.5 feet or 2 feet (this is a matter of dispute). I learned that Jewish men wear Kippot or a covering on their head to remind them of G-ds continual presence and that G-d is always watching them. This should drive them away from sin and remind them to always think of Hashem wherever they are.
 Shichina. Arrow brackets are used <> since the Mechabar or author of the S.A writes this in brackets (I did not add it)
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