Despite the daze and haze of true love, I will be peeking through here to relate some thoughts that have popped into my mind of late.
I am happier now than anytime I can remember. It is interesting what effects true love and true happiness generate. I follow the flow and all things life seem to fall neatly into place.
After Anette and I broke the news of our relationship on Facebook, many of Anette’s Scientology friends showed an uninspiring lack of integrity. With the Scientology Inquisition looming, many decided they would rather lower themselves to the level of fear and yield to the Church’s disconnection policy than stand their ground as true friends.
As a side not, let me paraphrase the Wikipedia article on the Inquisition:
“The Inquisition (Inquisitio Haereticae Pravitatis; Inquiry on Heretical Perversity), is a practice within the justice system of the Church of Scientology whose aim is to “fight against heretics”. It started in the 1960’s Central Organizations to persecute heresy, and was later expanded to all Scientology related organizations. Inquisition practices are used also on offences against the Command Intention of Dear Leader David Miscavige other than heresy against the teachings of L. Ron Hubbard.”
Comments kept popping in via Facebook, e-mail or other channels. Lots of support, but also several instant reality rejections from “True Scientologists“. This puzzles me. With the Scientology Technology teaching tolerance of other’s views (the ARC triangle), it is rather surprising that I can see no improvement in the people having studied Scientology over those who have not. It seems a human trait to often instantly reject realities that opposes one’s own. But students of Scientology display no more tolerance of other’s views than the general population. It matters not whether the students are within the ranks of the Church or outside in the Independent field. I cannot frankly see any real difference in tolerance between scientologists and those who are not. How come?