L. Ron Hubbard

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Carpool of DEATH!!
In truth, you have FAR more reason to be terrified of death by carpool. The odds are way higher that you’ll be a carpool fatality than a terrorist one.
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Confessions of a Bigot
On the final approach to New York’s La Guardia airport at 8:40 a.m. we flew over the World Trade Center. I was marveling at its beauty and the New York City skyline. Eight minutes later, the world was tragically changed.
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Confessions of an “Open-Minded” Person
I was, however, “open-minded.” Cue the air quotes, please. There is a difference between open-minded and “open-minded.” When one is simply and honestly open-minded, it indicates a willingness to try new things, to hear other viewpoints, in short, to learn something new and be OK with that.
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Don’t Joke, Look!
By Evan Wecksell I live in Los Angeles, a city with the highest concentration of Scientologists in the world.
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Galileo’s Middle Finger
In the Galileo museum in Florence, Italy, carefully and lovingly preserved by his admirers in an ornate and gilded glass bubble, is the middle finger of Galileo, the 16 th century scientist and mathematician whose research and writings propelled science and discovery into its present day form.
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Happy Birthday, Dianetics!
This month, the world marks the 70th anniversary of the publication of Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, the landmark bestseller by L. Ron Hubbard.
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How and Why I Became a Scientologist
Fellow says, ‘What is the reason for life?’ Oddly enough, the apparent answer to the thing... if he wants a very finite, basic reason, is to help people. That’s apparently a fundamental reason for existence.
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How Does It Feel to Be a Scientologist?
Since I have been a Scientologist for over 20 years, I feel I’m very qualified to answer this question. I’ll answer it with one word and then I’ll elaborate… Liberating.
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How it Felt to Be Treated Like a Nazi
When I was in third grade, I had a teacher who despised me. It wasn't because of anything I'd done to her, and it wasn't that I was a difficult student. In fact, I loved learning, was an avid reader, and was pretty social, so school was a perfect fit. Except for Mrs. Goldwitch.
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How to Get Others to Change Their Minds
How many times have you tried to change someone’s mind about something by indicating where they were wrong? Did that work for them or for you?