A Rabbi In Line To Enter Heaven

A rabbi dies and finds himself waiting in line to enter Heaven. The guy ahead of him has a shaved head, gold chains, leather jacket, and shades. 

A rabbi dies and finds himself waiting in line to enter Heaven. The guy ahead of him has a shaved head, gold chains, leather jacket, and shades. 

The angel Gabriel asks the bald guy, “Name and occupation?” 

“Rafi Eskenazy, taxi driver.” 

Gabriel checks his list and grins, “Shalom aleichem! Silk robe, gold staff. Welcome to Heaven!” 

Next comes the rabbi.

“Name and occupation?”

The rabbi draws himself up with great dignity and says, “Avraham Baruch Cohen, Senior Rabbi of Beth Jacob Synagogue for 37 years.”

Gabriel checks his list and nods, “Yup. Cotton robe, wooden staff. Keep it moving please.”

“Hold it,” says Rabbi Cohen, “the man before me was a taxi driver. Why does he get special attention?”

“Up here, it’s all about results,” says Gabriel. “When you sermonized, people slept. When he drove, people prayed.”

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