I cannot. I'm right handed, but when I ran across this holiday, I had to mention it. My sister is left handed. My husband was too. I kind of see what it was like for them. I remember when my sister started school, Mother talked to the teachers and told them not to try to change her to a right hander. She liked her the way she was. They didn't. But it was not easy for her. She survived, however.
Sometimes I try to write with my left hand. Impossible. Can't read a word of it.
I discovered some interesting facts that I did not know on this website, however:
Right handed people operate in the left side of the brain.
Left handed people operate in the right side.
Lefties are called "southpaws". This was used in baseball to describe a left-handed pitcher. (I've heard southpaw used but never knew where it came from.)
Only about 10% of the population are left handed.
During the 1600s people thought left handers were witches and warlocks.
All Polar Bears are left handed. (You always wanted to know this, didn't you.)
You can read more at the site.
I found this very interesting. Must share it with my sister. She may not agree with me.