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  • By Their Actions - Why a person's ability to help others is considered so important in Scientology.
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  • A Cause of Violence - The correlation between irresponsible media and social unrest.
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  • Certainty - Explaining why Scientology stresses increasing one's knowledge in order to handle problems and gain awareness.
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  • Confronting - A simple tool used in Scientology to help one cope successfully and improve one's life.
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  • Happiness and Interest - Hubbard explains why some people enthusiastically start projects or relationships but get bored and give up on them. He also explains the anatomy of happiness, and how one can generate one's own enthusiasm and interest in life.
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  • Honest People Have Rights Too - Hubbard's philosophy on the relationship between responsibility and personal freedom.
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  • The Hope of Man - The application of modern science to the goals of religion.
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  • Is It Possible to be Happy? - Scientology philosophy on what happiness is, and how two achieve it.
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  • Man's Relentless Search - A new look at the goal of philosophy and wisdom.
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  • Man's Search for His Soul - Scientology's understanding of man's spiritual nature.
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  • The Reason Why - Article by L. Ron Hubbard showing how Scientology helps a person win and live a better and happier life.
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  • Religious Influence in Society - An essay on the importance of faith based programs in improving the problems that face the culture. Covers the creation by L. Ron Hubbard of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers program.
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  • The Supreme Being - L. Ron Hubbard on belief in God: a vital part of every culture in history.
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  • Trapped - Describes Scientology technology for attaining spiritual freedom.
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  • The Ultimate Truth - About man's love of freedom and his search for an understand of his relationship to the universe.
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  • What is Greatness? - Proposing a philosophy in life of loving one's fellow man despite any provocation not to do so.
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