"What people need are real solutions, real tools to deal with and effectively overcome human problems. Every one of us has experienced it.
Think back yourself and you'll remember when you tried to help a grieving loved one, a struggling child, a friend overcome by addiction. And where you have failed, it's only because you lacked the tools to effectively accomplish what you desired. That is what Scientology offers. Help.
"The Aims of Scientology are a world without insanity, without criminals, without war, where the able can prosper and where Man is free to rise to greater heights. Also inherent in Scientology itself, is that one take responsibility, not only for himself, but the world at large. And absolutely no part of those efforts have anything to do with mere "belief" or "blind faith" in a doctrine. Rather, we use what we know to help others, and we couldn't care less about their race, creed, color or religion.
"All of which brings us to this evening's event, this Church and the question, "What is Scientology?" For I assure you it is far more than rehabilitation, literacy and morality. Rather � those are inevitable societal offshoots that stem from what Scientology is, and it's also why Scientologists are so dedicated to actually making a better world.
"Contained in the body of Dianetics and Scientology are answers to those age-old questions � Who am I? What's the purpose of all this? And, What happens when I die?
"The direct answers are: You are a spiritual being, distinct and separate from a body. You have lived lifetime after lifetime and will live again. You are seeking to survive for yourself, your family, group, mankind, the physical universe, and to survive as a spirit. And only when you have fully achieved that level of enlightenment can you truly understand the Creator." >> Continued