A Very Narrow Bridge

One day, two rabbis from shuls belonging to different Jewish communities are walking towards each other. As they get closer, Rabbi Levy, with a cheeky smile on his face, shouts to Rabbi Isaacs, "The pavement is too narrow for us to pass each other without one of us moving over. And as I never make way for fools, please move over so that I can pass."

Also smiling, Rabbi Isaacs steps aside and shouts back, "Okay, no problem. I always make way for fools."

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