Author May Livingston

Why Scientology Is Nonpolitical

Tolerance

November 4, 2020

Why Scientology Is Nonpolitical

That date was June 14, 1965. Years before I was born and many years before I became a Scientologist, on that day Scientology...

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What’s It Like To Have a Scientologist Parent? According To My 12-Year-Old, “Absolutely Amazing”

Scientology Religion

September 3, 2020

What’s It Like To Have a Scientologist Parent? According To My 12-Year-Old, “Absolutely Amazing”

Being a mom is my very favorite job. Full disclosure: I wasn’t sure I wanted to be a mom. I love my work and did not know...

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Your Right to “Say Anything” May Be Wrong

Tolerance

June 24, 2020

Your Right to “Say Anything” May Be Wrong

Do people have prejudices? Unfortunately, absolutely. Do we have the right to broadcast our personal prejudices to others,...

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There’s Never Been a Better Time to Be a Good Neighbor

Tolerance

February 18, 2020

There’s Never Been a Better Time to Be a Good Neighbor

Laugh if you want, but he seriously felt like a friend. He came in the door singing. He changed his sweater and his shoes....

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New Year’s Resolutions Fail: Scientology Can Help

Scientology Religion

January 21, 2020

New Year’s Resolutions Fail: Scientology Can Help

Sometimes the bar isn’t set very high, like the year my son said that his primary objective for the next 12 months was to...

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A Place for Women in Religion—Hint: It’s Not the Kitchen

Religious Literacy

August 31, 2019

A Place for Women in Religion—Hint: It’s Not the Kitchen

Let me just start by saying I’m about as girlie of a girl as anyone I’ve ever known. A dress is my attire of choice, even...

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A Glimpse of Peace in the Middle East

Tolerance

February 10, 2019

A Glimpse of Peace in the Middle East

I spent three days living as though in the future—where we can live our own faith, and respectfully allow others the same...

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Lessons I Learned Growing Up Mormon

Religious Literacy

December 6, 2018

Lessons I Learned Growing Up Mormon

I grew up in the south, where hair is big and religion is bigger: mega-church big. Mormons were different. Not the wearing-black-and-avoiding-ornament...

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