Friday, August 27, 2004

Church of Scientology Informational Booklets

The Church of Scientology is publishing 12 booklets regarding its activities. The overall title is "Discover the Facts About the Scientology Religion and Its Activities". They are being published one per month and the first was published in Jan 2004.

All 12 booklets can be viewed here: Scientology Effective Solutions Online Edition Series

Wednesday, August 18, 2004

It's All In A State Of Mind

I just listened to the Music CD State of Mind. I hadn't listened to it in a while and it was a nice uplifiting change. Good music with a positive message.

Monday, August 09, 2004

The Church of Scientology Proclamation on Religion, Human Rights and Society

It is rare indeed that a religion insists on the right of a person to change their mind about their religious belief, but The Church of Scientology does just that in its "Church of Scientology Proclamation on Religion, Human Rights and Society"

This is a document well worth studying and following as it promotes the ideas of tolerance and human rights for all.

Thursday, August 05, 2004


It sometimes seems like we should be nasty to others. Someone is forever screwing up and you've tried to explain to them how to do it properly but they just don't seem to get it. Is it now time for you to yell at them? Will that stop them from messing up?

The answer lies in a short essay: Scientology philosophy: essay on Kindness by L. Ron Hubbard. It answers many questions.

Wednesday, August 04, 2004

Scientology And Help

It's sometimes hard to quickly and simply describe Scientology. It's rather like trying to describe quantum mechanics in a paragraph.

But one thing you can say quickly and simply is that it is a subject containing many ways to successfully help people and one of the easiest ways to do it is with assists for injury and illness.

Tuesday, August 03, 2004

Glossary of Scientology Terms

There is a really useful glossary of Scientology terms at Scientology Glossary of Terms.

Very helpful for new people.

Monday, August 02, 2004

Human Rights

I think the best definition I've ever seen of human rights is this one: "The very basis of human rights is freedom from false accusation and from brutality and punishment without offense." ~ L. Ron Hubbard.

Just apply this definitions to any human rights or even civil rights abuse and you can see how it applies. For example, racial discrimination is a false accusation that one race is "inferior" to another.