Saturday, January 19, 2008

Do Not Harm a Person of Good Will

"Factually, the society runs on men and women of good will. ... Such people are easy to attack; their very decency prevents them from overprotecting themselves. Yet the survival of most of the individuals in a society depends upon them. The violent criminal, the propagandist, the sensation-seeking media all tend to distract one's attention from the solid, everyday fact that the society would not run at all were it not for the individuals of good will." L. Ron Hubbard from The Way to Happiness.
I think this applies to Tom Cruise and the recent attack on him via the Andrew Morton Unauthorized Biography. Tom is a person of good will and he does a lot to help his fellow man (Tom Cruise Helping 9/11 Rescue Workers). So is it any surprise that he is attacked by "the sensation-seeking media"?

Click here to view other Public Service Announcements

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Chheeeez! The program works and people are still knocking it and saying it's no good... Not a statement to endorse Scientology but I say if something works even 60% of the time (which it seems the success ratio is a lot higher, what it is I of course do not know), then the naysayers should say what DOES work instead of the detox program. In other words if you have nothing good or productive to say then keep your mouth shut.. LOL...

As for Tom Cruise, as "off beat" some people may think he is, who cares when his actions and his intentions are only resulting in positive and productive outcomes. I never read anything stupid about Mr. Cruise like he got arrested for drugs or that he insulted any ethnic groups.. I don't think he'll have to worry about his reputation with Morton's book; as a matter of fact, I'd love to see how many sales Morton's book did so far; I hope there are not too many people fooled....All I can say if the detox program only helped the 9/11 folks then Mr. Cruise good for you.

As always... Take care Grahame..
I've got to go get some sleep.