Going Audiovisual with Morals

October 24, 2009 at 3:14 am (Church of Scientology, David Miscavige, L. Ron Hubbard, Religion, Scientology, Scientology video, the way to happiness, Uncategorized) (, , , )

Just in from the 25th Anniversary event of the International Association of Scientologists:

Way-to-Happiness-Feature-FilmThe Way to Happiness Foundation just released a new DVD comprising the entire book The Way to Happiness written by L. Ron Hubbard, Founder of the Scientology religion. Rather than a “book on tape” it’s a “book on DVD”—a clever audiovisual item produced by the Church of Scientology.

The Way to Happiness consists of life morals such as “Do Not Be Promiscuous” which encourage people to have honest and committed sexual relations. Other morals include “Don’t Do Anything Illegal” which teach readers that criminality is not the way to happiness. Others such as “Do Not Murder” and “Do Not Steal” may seem obvious but are included nonetheless. While some may not agree with these morals and would prefer to live less ethical life, The Way to Happiness explains in a rather intelligent way why these things lead to human misery—namely, STDs, prison, having to live in hiding and losing friends.

This new audiovisual version of the book uses characters like a beautiful ballet dancer who strives to achieve her goals as a dancer but fails until she learns to “Be Competent”. Also a young boy who strives to be a painter learns to “Flourish and Prosper” after his art teacher repeatedly destroys his paintings. These characters depict the individual morals or precepts given in the book.

The new DVD is a part of a global campaign by The Way to Happiness Foundation and the Church of Scientology to reduce criminality and bring about a more peaceful environment in countries around the world. You can even make your own custom cover to the booklet as many companies and professionals have opted to do.

More information about the new DVD orThe Way to Happiness can be found at www.thewaytohappiness.org.


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