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At the Pearly Gates (Author: Unknown)
Saint Peter is standing in front of the pearly gates with a line of people waiting to be accepted or denied into heaven. "Okay, now you, what was your occupation?" Saint Peter asks the next man in line. "Well, I was a salesperson." He responded. "Hmmm, how interesting, you may enter." The man enters. "Okay, what was your occupation?" Saint Peter asks the next man in
line. "Well, I was a church minister." He responded. "Okay could you stand in that other waiting line there please." The minister complies to Saint Peter's request hoping that this line Wasn't the line to hell. "How about you, what was your occupation?". He asked the next man in line. "Well Mr. Peter, I was a taxi cab driver." He responded. "Okay, you may enter." Saint Peter said. "Wait a minute!" The minister screams after hearing that; "I was a minister teaching religion and HE WAS A TAXI CAB DRIVER! Why do I have to wait here and he can go in?!?" "Ahh my child, that is simple." Saint Peter explains his choice. "While you were preaching to your congregation, people slept. When he was driving, people were praying."