Differences Between Scientology & Other Philosophies (Spanish edition)
Date: January 2010
Duration: 0 hours 45 minutes
Differences Between Scientology & Other Philosophies
Freedom of truth is something Man has not been noted for. He's not been
noted for this at all. He's been noted quite the contrary for a slavery of
something somebody said was true. And that is a very, very vastly different
thing than freedom of truths. - L. Ron Hubbard
Every human being seeks to know the truth about himself and to
resolve to his own satisfaction the mysteries of life. And therefore,
for many thousands of years, countless philosophical and religious
teachings have sought to enlighten people with answers. But where their
practitioners insisted-indeed, demanded-that their answers must be the
answers, they blocked the road to greater freedom for millions of people. For as
history tells, to force an individual to accept a truth instead of permitting him
to find truth is a road not to freedom, but to slavery of thought and belief.
In this classic statement on the individual's search for truth, Ron therefore
delineates the central principles that make Scientology different-the principles
whereby each person engages in his own personal search to discover truth. As
individuals continue on this unique quest of exploration and adventure,
they acquire new insights and understandings until their fundamental
questions about themselves and life are resolved to their full satisfaction.
And increasingly, as they travel that road, they attain the lasting freedom
that can only come from knowing what is true for them.