Hello, I have been attempting to find a solution to this problem for a while, and have attempted to contact Free Zone Scientologists with no success. I did not want to post this question here, as I respect it as a space for ex-Scientologists to speak among themselves, and I did not want to take up space on a site for that purpose. However, I have found nobody else to ask, so I ask here. I am a writer, and a chapter of a book I am writing regards Scientology. I have been wanting to use a particular quote from the album "The Road to Freedom" by L'envoy, particular from the song "Thank You For Listening" sung by Hubbard himself, as it is pertinent to the thesis of the segment of my book. Now, while I am aware that using one single quote can often be covered by fair use, I am terrified of the idea of the C.o.S. stepping on my toes, nor do I really feel comfortable contacting the C.o.S. directly to ask for usage permissions (for rather obvious reasons). Would you say that I would be generally safe in going forward in publishing, or do you have other ideas? Thank You, Good Day.