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fridge magnet credit card size

Retail Price: $5.00

Product code: FM-15

Magnetic fridge magnet cards are the same as Wallet Altars except they have a POWERFUL MUSCLE FLEXIBLE MAGNET on the back. Unlike the great majority of fridge magnet manufacturers even though our price is a low $1.50 per unit. The POWERFUL MUSCLE FLEXIBLE MAGNETIC sheet on the back is a thick 30 Millimeters. This means that the fridge magnet can hold up multi page documents on your fridge and behave like a fridge magnet? It is also so strong you can even use it on your car! Fridge Magnet cards are printed in high resolution on fade resistant, scratch resistant, credit card plastic stock with excellent 4 x color contrast. The informative title or name of the picture is usually on the back to help explain to the customer who or what the subject image is about. Also we have had the magnet sheet cut allow for the item number to be displayed in the back side also. This hot selling product is unique and a useful aid to your customers spiritual path. We use all our own copyright and as usual only sell what we manufacture. We do not middle man our products. You are buying from the source at the best price . . . - PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TEXT IS COVERED WITH THE MAGNET Krishna Bhagavan Krishna was the eighth incarnation of Vishnu who lived in India five thousand years ago. One of the meanings given for the word Krishna in the Hindu scriptures is "Omniscient Spirit." Thus "Krishna", like the word "Christ", is a title signifying the spiritual oneness with God. The title Bhagavan means Lord, and the Bhagavad-Gita (Song of the Lord" is the best known gospel of Lord Krishna instructing his disciple Arjuna on the eve of the historic battle of Kurukshetra (3000 B.C.). The Gita is a timeless prescription for happiness and success in everyday living, showing how the science of correct living and thinking (Yoga) when adopted can lead one to a blissful deep inner state of communion with God. A recently published interpretation of the Bhagavad-Gita by Paramahansa Yogananda has brought to light many of the profound similarities between Krishna's precepts and those of the Lord Jesus Christ. "He who perceives Me everywhere, and beholds everything in Me, never loses sight of Me, nor do I ever lose sight of him."