Portions of You
If the world around him is bad, then he is unwilling to grant life. If the world around him he conceives to be good, he is willing to grant life to it. A world with life granted to it runs well. A world with no life granted to it goes into chaos and disappears. Now, this is the riddle of the centuries. —L. Ron Hubbard
It has no mass or location. It is not energy. Yet it is alive. And it gives life.
Such are the characteristics of “a life-giving unit”—the source not only of all thought, but of all that is decent, ethical and noble. Indeed, this is you.
The discovery that each individual is, in fact, a source of life radically alters the relationship between Man and the material universe. Based not on faith or belief but on axioms as precise and workable as any in science, it has been conclusively determined that the life-giving unit preceded matter, energy, space and time. From that perspective, here are the infinite ways in which an individual endows his own environment with life. From physical well-being to the state of civilization, these principles are in continuous operation—every hour, every day. Understood and applied by a single individual, they lead to a far better life. Applied by everyone, they would lead to a far better world.