Wednesday, May 31, 2006

L. Ron Hubbard believed in the basic goodness of all people. Here is one of his thoughts on this:

"The soul is life, is the spirit, is the thinkingness, is the awareness or any such term which communicates to you the meaning of life and vitality."

This extended to men of all color, race and creed. While in South Africa in the 1960s, Mr. Hubbard spoke out for human rights, and not just for the white man. His work in South Africa has been honored at the opening of the Church of Scientology of Johannesburg, in a speech by Mr. David Miscavige.

While living Johannesburg, L. Ron Hubbard sat for a bust that was then copied and can been seen in Churches of Scientology around the world.