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L. RON HUBBARD

SCIENTOLOGY RELIGION
For me he represents hope, courage, grace, and a herculean dedication to the truth.
COMBATING BIGOTRY & HATE
Anywhere the freedom of a person or a people has been lost, at any time, it’s because they were not alert and did not fight back.
SCIENTOLOGY RELIGION
The granting of life to another opens the door to understanding and makes the twin curses of bigotry and exclusion impossible.
SCIENTOLOGY RELIGION
Mr. Hubbard, above all else, was genuinely interested in other people—in their happiness and success and ability to know and understand and appreciate the beauty of life.
SCIENTOLOGY RELIGION
Unethical behavior is actually the only thing that will guarantee that a person does not progress in Scientology.
RELIGIOUS LITERACY
Today we think of apartheid’s end in 1994 as inevitable. But it took the concerted efforts and sacrifice of many for 50 years, both inside and outside South Africa.
SCIENTOLOGY RELIGION
It turns out that we were about to hear an extraordinary update on a project involving tens of thousands of hours from Church staff all over the world. Mr. Miscavige began explaining the task he and his team had been working on for decades.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
As a 7th grader, I visited the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C., where there is a quote in huge letters around the inner dome of the building. It reads: “ I have sworn upon the altar of god, eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man.
SCIENTOLOGY RELIGION
Though I grew up Catholic, I’ve been into many churches of different types and one thing I’ve always noticed is the same sense of relief from the world and the safe space a church can provide.
TOLERANCE
After attending university and later, in corporate America, I noticed an odd trend—the more people become “molded” into the current expectations of society, the more they become entrenched in the workaday world, the more they ignore this hope that religion had perhaps once given them. They get caught up in their fast-paced life and begin subscribing to the religious cynicism currently in vogue, despite their social media accounts preaching “tolerance.”