L. Ron Hubbard

A little more than a week until L. Ron Hubbard's birthday. Here is a brief video on the life of this humanitarian, the founder of the Scientology religion. … [Read more...]


Life is not always easy. Most people encounter circumstances that derail them either for part of their lives or for good: the death of a family member; a ruined relationship, broken engagement, marriage; even the loss of a job or a long-sought opportunity.The old platitude's that you'll get over it, time heals all wounds, live and learn--these don't help you get through they day, do they?So, people resort to drugs or alcohol or seek some distraction to take their minds off it, but the w … [Read more...]

A Simple Tip

If you run into something or someone you feel you can't handle, that upsets you or puts you down, try this simple tip: “Now how would you get out of a prison if you were in one? I’m afraid you’d just do it by confronting. Everybody to some slight degree is a prisoner. He is a prisoner only to that degree that he is unwilling to confront an area. An actual physical area. Or an actual area of truth. He’s a prisoner. “Man is having trouble with finance? Obviously, is unwilling to confront money. I … [Read more...]

Why Help?

The Church of Scientology volunteers 50 millions hours of global humanitarian aid, education & disaster relief through volunteer organizations.Why?Help is a basic concept in the Scientology religion.Here is one of the points L. Ron Hubbard makes on the subject: “The greatest ability in the whole human race and all amongst the livingness, is the ability to help. And when you can improve that ability all the way up along the line, you’ve improved about all there is to improve abou … [Read more...]

Advice for the Worrier

   Here's some sound advice to the worrier. There is a way to cope with your concerns:  “And you say, ‘Let’s see, what are my troubles? What are my troubles? What difficulties am I having? “Write them down, make a list of them. Here they are, here they are, here they are, ‘I’m obsessed with the idea that the landlord is going to evict me at any moment, and…’ “Now we don’t even have to go and talk to the landlord. It’s an oddity. Of course, the reality of … [Read more...]

Religion, morality and the state of today’s culture

I posted a link to an article yesterday about the decline of religion among today's youth.Although this may only be gaining public notice now, it is a phenomenon that has been going on for decades.In fact it was more than 40 years ago that L. Ron Hubbard looked into dramatic social decline as evidenced by increased crime and drug abuse in the wake of a concerted campaign against religion and religious beliefs."For the last hundred years or so religion has been beset with a relentless … [Read more...]

Thoughts about the 4th of July

When you think about what the founding fathers did, theirs was an act of immense courage. They literally risked everything to put forward a principle that had no precedent in modern history--that a government should be "by the people" and "for the people."When governments forget their responsibilities to the people, they fall away from their basic purpose.This video public service announcement on The Way to Hapiness expresses it in an interesting way. … [Read more...]

Some Thoughts as we Approach July 4

As we approach July 4, this article by L. Ron Hubbard speaks to a factor that puts our democratic way of life in peril. His article speaks for itself.The major breakdown of Western democracy is its habit of carelessly basing legal actions on false reports.Anyone can say anything about anybody and police powers and courts are liable to act on reports so false that a child could see through the lie.This was the most odious thing about the NAZIS. And this characterizes communist … [Read more...]