Yom Tov Duchaning of the Kohanim got me thinking about a story I heard some years ago.
Apparently, there is a difference of opinion when it comes to Duchaning, what position the Kohen's hands must be. Should they be outstretched straight out or may they be angled somewhat.
I heard a shiur recording made by R Feivel Cohen who says that Peshat of Poshet means that the hands must be stretched straight out.
One person then asked: If an Ani on Purim is "Poshet Yad", but not to the full extent, does one have an obligation to give?