Scientology Handbook Featured at the Texas State Fair
In True Texas style, Dallas, Texas is home to the largest state fair in the United States. Comparable to Disneyland in the number of its rides and variety of entertainment, it ran for 24 days straight this year.
|The Scientology Handbook was featured at the big yellow tent of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers at this year's Texas State Fair. |
And this year it featured the Scientology Handbook, at the big yellow tent of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Western United States Cavalcade.
The Scientology Handbook is the textbook used in the training of Scientology Volunteer Ministers.
As stated on the Volunteer Ministers web site:
"In 1973 L. Ron Hubbard conducted a sociological study in New York City and found a society that had dramatically worsened from the city he remembered years before. From this study he predicted exactly where the society was headed: rampant immorality, violence as sport, and ultimately, politics by terrorism.
"Needed was a reorientation to spiritual values, a way to help others live their lives and build their futures. In answer, Mr. Hubbard drew the plans for a grass-roots movement, one that would instill these values back into society and so halt the decline.
"The Scientology Volunteer Minister Program is that grass-roots movement, spreading real answers out into a society where otherwise people could only watch the trend of world events in fear and anxiety. What makes this program unique is the application of practical technology that can be applied to virtually any facet of life, by anyone and at any time."
It was based on this that the Scientology Handbook was created. Covering such things as the basics of communication, how to improve relationships, how to help children and how to improve personal integrity and self-esteem. It is the Scientology Handbook that enables Volunteer Ministers to live up to their motto —"something CAN be done about it" — because with the use of Scientology technology that is perfectly true.
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