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In the World of Crisis Headlines, Is Philosophy a Waste of Time?

Religious Literacy

August 15, 2018

In the World of Crisis Headlines, Is Philosophy a Waste of Time?

Philosophy is one of those topics that seems to belong in some ivy-covered building being discussed by men in vests who punctuate...

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If I Disagree with Someone’s Religion, Why Should I Study It?

Religious Literacy

March 2, 2018

If I Disagree with Someone’s Religion, Why Should I Study It?

Every religion I know of celebrates the good and kind in ourselves and our neighbors. Religions celebrate who we​ really​...

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Me, Before and After Scientology

Scientology Religion

February 6, 2018

Me, Before and After Scientology

Scientology has given me the key to embracing life as an exciting adventure, not something to endure or hide from. Priceless.

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Why Is Scientology Treated “Unfairly?”

Combating Bigotry & Hate

December 11, 2017

Why Is Scientology Treated “Unfairly?”

Cultures change slowly. I was born in 1945. When I was growing up in Washington, D.C., discrimination against African Americans,...

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Why My Staff Don’t Believe I’m a Scientologist

Scientology Religion

November 12, 2017

Why My Staff Don’t Believe I’m a Scientologist

When asked, or if it just comes up, I tell all my co-workers and associates I am a Scientologist. The funny thing is, they...

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Life After Death—What Scientology Did for Me

Scientology Religion

October 16, 2017

Life After Death—What Scientology Did for Me

It became apparent she was fighting for life, not for herself, but so her family would not have to suffer her death. Realizing...

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Bigotry 101: Beware of Dragons

Religious Freedom

August 28, 2017

Bigotry 101: Beware of Dragons

“Stay away from that,” warned my history professor, glaring at the book in my bag. “I’m serious.” “It’s… dangerous!”...

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A Case of Medical Discrimination

Religious Freedom

July 20, 2017

A Case of Medical Discrimination

I took a survey yesterday about my recent experience in the hospital. I was there for a C-section for my third baby. One of...

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A Solution to Jellyfish Stings

Tolerance

July 5, 2017

A Solution to Jellyfish Stings

I was on vacation on the East Coast of Spain at the age of 21 when I went swimming with a friend in a secluded cove. An idyllic...

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Don’t Tell Me. SHOW Me.

Tolerance

July 4, 2017

Don’t Tell Me. SHOW Me.

My father was a brilliant man. He held a doctorate in law, was literate in both Spanish and English and, after 20 years as...

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Know What You’re Objecting To

Know What You’re Objecting To

It’s fine if you object, but at least know what it is you’re objecting to. As a Scientologist of 36 years, I’ve read...

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