We just watched an award-winning film titled: The Lives of Others and I whole-heartedly recommend it.
It is a story about a man, trained to be a German spy (Stasi) who is very good at it. He has no life of his own.
It shows his path and eventual conflict.
People can be good people and misled. Good people who are misled can work out thier own salvation by learning the truth.
This is a remarkable movie, based on fact. If you take the DVD out of a video store (or purchase) you find the commentary of the director enlightening as well. For a summary of the truth contained in the film, read the overview in Wikipedia.
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
As a Washington DC Scientologist, I have been treated to occasional "protests" in front of our Church by "members" of an internet group calling themselves: "Anonymous." I'm not scared of this group, but I think that you should be aware that this not just something "cute." The link I've embedded at the bottom of this post goes to a video that details some of the hate messages that this group has aimed at the Church of Scientology. I think it is worth viewing. You may think, "what could generate such hate? Could it be there is some truth in their allegations?" Frankly, as a Scientologist for over 41 years, I categorically state that the positions that they are taking and the hate that they are expressing are purely and simply expressions of insanity. Look for yourself: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4oz45_anonymous-hate-crimes-terrorism-dir_school
Posted by Pam at 8:04 AM