Megillah at the Car Wash

For a Lubavitcher chossid, there’s no such thing as “just” getting a car wash.

When Rabbi Shmuly Klein took his car to the car wash shortly before Purim, he got to chatting with the car wash attendant. As it happened, he turned out to be Jewish. Rabbi Klein said he’d be back to visit him on Purim.

And so it was. When Purim day came around and Rabbi Klein was back at the car wash. This time in costume. The man took a break from his car washing, and Rabbi Klein read him the entire Megillah in his (freshly cleaned) car. Afterward, they exchanged Mishloach Manos right there in the parking lot.
Photo: Courtesy Rabbi Shmuly Klein

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