A Heavenly Discussion on Pleasure

A priest and a minister found themselves in a friendly debate about the observance of the Sabbath. The priest asserted that procreation was considered work and should be avoided on the Sabbath, while the minister argued that pleasure, not work, was the essence of intimate relations.

After a lively back-and-forth, they decided to seek a third opinion. They approached a wise rabbi and asked, “Rabbi, is engaging in intimate relations considered work? Can one partake in such activities on the Sabbath?”

The rabbi, with a twinkle in his eye, replied, “My friends, sex is certainly not work, and it’s absolutely permissible on the Sabbath. In fact, it’s a joyous celebration of the union between spouses.”

Curious, the priest asked, “But why are you so sure, Rabbi?”

The rabbi chuckled and said, “Well, if intimate relations were anything like work, my wife would insist on having the maid handle it!”

The priest and minister burst into laughter, realizing that sometimes seeking a third opinion can add a humorous perspective to age-old debates.

When Faith and Pleasure Collide: The Sabbath Dilemma

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