A CAR BUMPER STICKER ARE USUALLY CORNY AND HUMOROUS......BUT SOMETIMES A SPECIAL ONE MAKES YOU GO INTO DEEP THINKING ABOUT YOURSELF AND LIFE.....
Posted by Vishva News Reporter on February 20, 2003

A Recently Spotted Bumper Sticker:

"My KARm ran over your Dogma"
 

From Webster's Third New International Dictionary, DOGMA means:

  • something held as an established opinion; especially one or more definite and authoritative tenets; ( a tenet is defined as a principle, belief, or doctrine generally held to be true especially in case of a tenet held in common by members of an organization, group, movement, or profession; eg. two great tenets of physical sciences are observation and deduction. In past tenets also included personal opinion.)  
  • a code or systematized formulation of such tenets as by a  theoretician or a school of art or philosophy;
  • a point of view or alleged authoritative tenet put forth as dogma without adequate grounds as in arrogant or vehement expression of opinion;
  • a doctrine or body of doctrines of theology and religion formally stated and authoritatively proclaimed by a church.   

Please look up KARm in SANSKRIT GLOSSARY on this web site....

This is a very profound and veDik thought from whoever it is....PVAF would like to have YOUR COMMENTS on this....just click on the COMMENT in the title  portion of this news posting and write away.......

For some humorous bumper stickers please click on the next line.....



MORE BUMPER STICKERS

  • Hard work has a future payoff, but laziness pays off now.
  • I Hate Coffee--It Keeps Me Awake at Work.
  • Never Underestimate The Power Of Stupid People In Large Groups
  • The more people I know, the more I love my dog.
  • Just visiting this planet
  • I need someone really bad. Are you really bad?
  • Learn from your parent's mistakes - use birth control
  • Hang up and drive
  • I have nothing against god, it's his followers that I can't stand
     

 



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