Where are the amazing people?
There are plenty of amazing people in our history – like Gandhi, Joan of Arc, Albert Einstein, William Shakespeare, Marie Curie, Ludwig van Beethoven, Buddha, Pablo Picasso and so many, many more.
One may aspire to such greatness and doing such positive impact on societies. But how do you go about achieving such greatness?
One of the most glaring outpoints I can see with Scientology is that no such people have been produced in or by Scientology.
Let me rush to the rescue of some readers emotional reaction by stating that I have had excellent gains in Scientology. This blog post is not about that, it is about the bigger picture. I have seen no person by the virtue of Scientology technology rise to the height of the men and women mentioned above. And I wonder why.
I also wonder if there is any current method that can give rise to such greatness.
Not that this greatness I am talking about is the only aspiration there can be. There is of course also the inner peace, the enjoyment of life, the zest of one’s adventures. And I can personally vouch for Scientology’s efficiency in these.
But the question remains: Where are the amazing people?