'Send a text message, see the God'
A Parsi priest has come up with an innovative message to dissuade the devout from entering the Fire Temple (a Zoroastrian temple) with that most used and abused device - cell phone. Humorous yet hard-hitting, the priest's message, as it reads on the wall of a fire temple, is appealing.
“When you enter this Fire Temple, it may be possible that you hear ‘the call of God’. However, it is unlikely that He will call you on your mobile phone," it reads, suggesting that the phrase of 'call of God' shouldn't be related to the mobile, as some fool would might do, in any way.
"If you want to talk to God, enter, choose a quiet place and talk to him. If you want to see Him, send him a text message while driving,” it further says.
The last line is something the traffic police will want to savour.