L. Ron Hubbard Quote on Truth, Morality and Ethics

In London, England, in on June 23, 1960, L. Ron Hubbard addressed Scientologists gathered from around the world for a congress.Mr. Hubbard made this observation to them at that time, one that seems all-the-more relevant than it did 54 years ago, as the level of ethics in society has deteriorated badly since that time.“If an individual begins to observe or experience truth, he becomes incapable of being a slave because he can’t be hurt. He isn’t afraid of life.“He’s ethical or moral or … [Read more...]

Ethics and the blogosphere, an oxymoron?

Yesterday's story in the LA Weekly on how Oprah Winfrey's infamous Tom Cruise show was a fabrication of the blogosphere is an eye-opener. … [Read more...]

…And the Truth Shall Set You Free

 “If an individual begins to observe or experience truth, he becomes incapable of being a slave because he can’t be hurt. He isn’t afraid of life.“He’s ethical or moral or something like that because he’s ethical or moral, not because somebody’s going to punish him if he isn’t ethical or moral. That’s a different rationale.”— L. Ron Hubbard … [Read more...]

Scientology Tools for Life

Scientology Online Course cover tools to overcome any of life’s difficulties and achieve a more fulfilling and happier life. For no matter the situation, with Scientology, something can be done about it.  The Technology of Study The Dynamics of Existence The Components of Understanding Assists for Illnesses and Injuries Integrity and Honesty The Cause of Suppression Children Basics of Organizing The Emotional Tone Scale Answers to Drugs Ethics and C … [Read more...]

L. Ron Hubbard: Toward a more Moral, Decent, Happier Life

The Way to Happiness is a nonrelgious common sense moral code anyone my use to live a better and happier life.  These public service announcements were inspired by the precepts of this book. … [Read more...]

What is Scientology’s System of Ethics?

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The Scientology system of ethics is based wholly on reason.L. Ron Hubbard defined ethics as “reason and the contemplation of optimum survival.” He has also pointed out: “Dishonest conduct is non-survival. Anything is unreasonable or evil which brings about the destruction of individuals, groups, or inhibits the future of the race.”Ethics may be further defined as “the actions an individual takes on himself to ensure his continued survival across the dynamics.” It is a personal thing. When … [Read more...]

So where's the stained glass?

If you have only been exposed to Western Protestant religions, you won't see too much in a Church of Scientology that you recognize as "church-like." There is a little stained glass, but not much. There is no large hall where members gather, no hymnals and no pipe organ.There is a weekly service and people do attend, but it is not the centerpiece of religious practice.The practice of Scientology does not center around a deity. It has more in common with Buddhism, it is a path to … [Read more...]


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