Philosopher, humanitarian, author, artist, educator and administrator—L. Ron Hubbard served us in a myriad of ways. In turn, he is quite literally viewed by millions worldwide as Mankind’s greatest friend: by those now literate, by those now drug-free, by those who used his work to reclaim their honor and self-respect, by those who enjoy newfound prosperity, morality and the unmatched joy of artistic creation.
Yet what Mr. Hubbard ultimately provided in the name of uplifting humanity is found in the more than 75 million words of recorded lectures, books and related writings comprising the totality of Dianetics and Scientology. If this profile has barely touched upon those subjects, he nonetheless ensured that greater legacy is available to all who would avail themselves of it. True, this road to eternal freedom demands some commitment, some determination. But he never expected one to walk it blindly or without inspection. Rather and very simply:
“This is the track of knowing how to know. Travel it and see.”