3 new Alan C. Walter eBooks now available for free download from PaulsRabbit at http://paulsrabbit.com, in both PDF format and Kindle (MOBI) format. Each has a clickable Table of Contents, and is searchable. (1) The ESMB Posts: 1241 posts from 420 threads, 775 pages. (2) ACW Lightlink Archives: All 130 articles, 400 pages. (3) Kn Dictionary, 121 pages. Also see PaulsRabbit Ebooks thread.
They'd have one neat advantage coming out of that: they could always go to Germany and communicate without too much of a learning curve. That would really give them a taste of a secular society, too. America is much more full of religious weirdos.
Thursday at 2pm became just another day and time.
OSA had their own policy directives of sort they were not the Admin or Tech ones.... Anyway it says in ships you had entertainment but no TV. For the life of me cannot remember the reasoning. however if you went to some of the real execs offices, they had one.
I met two distinctly different people on the streets. The first, while I worked in Div 6, a man who was living on the streets, fairly clean but definitely homeless. His story was that he had a house and wife and she got murdered. Depression faded and time passed he eventually marries again and second wife gets murdered. House haunts him emotionally and he checks out for a couple of years living on the street with wads of money in his pocket. He showed it to me. The guys space was amazing.
Second one I met was a very small quiet man with beautiful long hair. In Vietnam he was used to go into small tunnels and spaces. It was too much for him. He rarely spoke and would write poetry and draw for solace.
Lastly, there was me...Scientology executive, who found a homeless shelter was a much calmer environment that an ideal org.
None of these homeless were true DBs, although I did find three in my division at the org...
Although this world is so full of amazing experiences and people. What I still appreciate after 'being out' for many years is ... that it is considered a good trait to have an OPEN MIND, rather than being looked at with severe scrutiny becasue you may not agree with tech or P & P.
My list is too long. But a shortened list would go something like this;
1. I can attend college and not be called a "dilettant".
2. I can get sick and not have to worry about being either routed to "ethics" or being called "pts".
3. I can talk about people and not be accused of "third partying".
4. I get paid for working.
5. I don't get bullied any more.
6. I am FREE!
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