Comments from Scientologists
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: 27.06.2003 Subject: Opinions from a Scientologist I have yet to find a "perfect" religion. Christian or otherwise. If we are to condemn a religion because some type of moral code gets broken by some of its members, then why not start slamming the catholics, protestants, hebrews, and every member of any religion which has committed some type of "sin". I can tell you that I have acquired a lot of successes from Scientology and Dianetics on a personal level as well as a social level. I realize you must maintain a biased approach when regarding your website. There's nothing top secret about the Church of Scientology other than a person's right to privacy. If you were to walk in to the Vatican, do you suppose that you would be allowed to walk right up to the pope and ask him how much money he has in his wallet? There are too many confusions surrounding religions and cults these days. Our sensationalistic media probably has had a lot to do with it. It seems to me that you were at one time somehow attached to the CoS and for one reason or another left. Perhaps a loved one is or was a Scientologist.The only truth out there is the one that states, " It is only true if you beleive it and there will always be agreement, even if we agree to disagree". If Jimmy Swaggart can get millions of dollars in contributions after his sins were brought to the media and then get caught sinning against "GOD" in the same fashion, then what does that teach us about religion as a whole? I would reccomend to anyone that if they want to improve their life, go to a CoS and sign up for the "Success through Communication" course. It's not spiritually oriented and they may be amazed at the personal gains that can be acheived. Thank you for allowing me this opportunity. Take care.