Updated: Oct 22, 2019
Many of my customers believe that this visor clip represents their personal guardian angel and they keep it in their car at all times. They also give them to friends and family members when they turn 16 and begin to drive to represent their guardian angel.
“Never Travel (or Drive) Faster than Your Guardian Angel Can Fly” is a saying that we hear and see on key rings, auto mirror medallions and auto visor clips. This saying is accredited to the remarkable woman, Mother Theresa.
For me, the quote implies that we each have our own “personal” guardian angel. This means that we have at our disposal a super power, an agent that has our best interests at heart, who will guide us and protect us, allowing us to achieve great things.
Never Drive Faster Visor Clip
For some it means that you are flying through something too fast. Your Guardian Angel probably can’t keep up. You might be thinking about doing something foolish. So, slow down, take time to think everything through and let your Guardian Angel stay by your side. If you out run your guardian angel (who cannot run and must fly) then you are unprotected.
The “Never Drive Faster Than Your Guardian Angel Can Fly” auto visor clip is one of the most popular items that I sell. Many of my customers believe that this visor clip represents their personal guardian angel and they keep it in their car at all times. They also give them to friends and family members when they turn 16 and begin to drive to represent their guardian angel.
I’ve received phone calls from customers who have been involved in a car accident. Their cars were totaled but they came away with only a few scratches. They firmly believe that “their” guardian angel was with them and protected them in the crash. I’ve also had customers call and ask me to overnight them a new visor clip because theirs was lost, damaged, or towed away with their car. They didn’t want to travel anywhere without “their” guardian angel.
An excerpt was taken from http://jenniesjournals.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/blog