Washington Times

January 14, 2018

Repeating Others’ Malicious Motives is Not Right

Scientology is an applied religious philosophy. It helps people gain greater insight into themselves and others.

January 14, 2018

Jessica Chasmar
Washington Times

Dear Jessica,

Having read your piece defaming the speech delivered by Elisabeth Moss at this year’s Golden Globe awards, I am left with the single idea that you have been duped by those whose malicious motives intend people such as you to parrot their evil without thinking twice.

Scientology is an applied religious philosophy. It helps people gain greater insight into themselves and others. Its religious goal is total spiritual freedom, which is not delivered in a nebulous afterlife, but in this life, now. That this religion does render that service opens it to the chortles of the ignorant, the unintelligent and the maliciously motivated.

I recommend you take a look at the facts, figures and what actual Scientologists say about their religion, since they are the only ones who truly can say, as opposed to those whose lack of personal ethics and integrity has caused them to be dismissed in disgrace from the religion.

Reliable information sources are: scientology.org and scientologyreligion.org.

Sincerely,
Rebecca Blair

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