Don’t Bypass Your Child (Part 2)

This is the second of two (perhaps more) posts on the subject of bypassing your children – and in this context, bypassing means to ignore their efforts to help or do work that is theirs, and instead doing it yourself.I realized after writing my last post on the topic that there is so much more that could be written on this, and so many other facets to the issue.   The facet mainly covered in the first post was that the more you bypass them and don’t let them do the work, the more you’re groov … [Read more...]

Don’t Bypass Your Children (Part 1)

There is one extremely key aspect of how Scientologists approach parenting which is beautifully depicted in the video for the free on-line Scientology course on Children, available here. Any law that applies to the behaviour of men and women also applies to children. It’s the simple fact that any law that applies to the behaviour of men and women also applies to children.  It’s a datum that becomes more and more profound the more you think about it – and certainly the more you conside … [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...]

What Moral Code do Scientologists Live By

There are four main codes that Scientologists apply in life. One is the Auditor’s Code, which gives the basic rules an auditor must abide by to ensure excellent auditing results. Another is the Code of a Scientologist, guidelines which Scientologists agree to follow in order to achieve the aims of Scientology. There is an ethical code, called the Code of Honor, that Scientologists follow in their day-to-day activities. L. Ron Hubbard further authored a moral code called The Way to Happiness, whic … [Read more...]

What are Scientology Congregational Services and Religious Ceremonies

Scientology Churches hold congregational services that provide opportunities for parishioners to gather weekly in communal worship.Scientologists find that Scientology Sunday religious services, which address the spirit in accordance with the religion’s teachings, are uniquely suited to their needs and impart a special quality to these occasions.The Scientology religion, like other faiths, also includes religious ceremonies to recognize events of importance in the lives of its p … [Read more...]

Clearwater Community Volunteers put on Winter Wonderland

Each year since 1993, the Clearwater Community Volunteers put on Winter Wonderland, which is a two to three-week long charity drive in downtown Clearwater whose proceeds benefit the children of Pinellas County. Winter Wonderland is a complete Christmas village with an entertainment stage, photos with Santa, cookie decorating with Mrs. Claus, a hot chocolate shop, a petting zoo, pony rides, playground, a Bouncy House, a Giant Slide and the Holiday Express Train!Entrance to Winter Wonderland … [Read more...]

How do Scientologists celebrate the holiday season?

Observances of the holidays are as diverse as Scientologists are.Because the Scientology religion is practiced in 165 countries and territories, Scientologists come from a wide variety of faiths and cultural traditions.But no matter what their background, they, like most people, gather with loved ones to enjoy the warmth of friends and family and celebrate the joy of the season.Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard honored the great religious leaders of the past for the wisdom they … [Read more...]

The Dynamics of Existence

Here is a brief overview of those things that make life worthwhile. … [Read more...]


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