Integrity: Making the Right Decision

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 What causes people to withdraw from participation in life? A carefree child grows reserved and wary as a teenager. A successful career woman who leaves one personal relationship after the other suffers from lack of self-esteem. A retired man looks back at his life with regret over the choices he made.There is a reason for these all-too-common scenarios. They don’t “just happen,” nor are they subject to fate. L. Ron Hubbard amassed a body of research which squarely addresses and … [Read more...]

Nobel Prize for Chemistry: Forging New Ways to Look at Life is Not Always Easy

The vindication of the work of Israeli scientist Daniel Shechtman, who was awarded this year's Nobel Prize for chemistry, points up the fact that genius is not always met with understanding and maintaining one's personal integrity is often not "comfortable."Reuters reports:  " An Israeli scientist who suffered years of ridicule and even lost a research post for claiming to have found an entirely new class of solid material was awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry on Wednesday for his d … [Read more...]

Personal Integrity

One of my favorite essays by L. Ron Hubbard is titled “Personal Integrity,” and it was this one aspect of the religious beliefs that first endeared me to this religion and made Scientology so friendly and welcoming to my own temperament and personal belief system when I first encountered the subject.The entire premise of personal integrity is summed up by Mr. Hubbard in the first paragraph of the essay:  “What is true for you is what you have observed yourself. And when you lose that, you have … [Read more...]


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