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FOU'k T')ING CHURCH OF SCIENTOLO'~,Y App rAel" /09/10: CIA-RDP96- 7R000200020051-4 by L. Ron Hubbard Our loss Is gain in other times. Our hopes on future bent Must then depend on incidents like these For bodies wear And in The fine grist mill of time Are spent in service such As yours And go, our time by smallest time Approved. For Release 20J be:YdP4el q6'C # &ff&020051-4 What did we know Approved For-ease 2003/09/10 : RDP96-00d78702000~0051-4 when vester ay wept What grip upon us had our ignorance That we in our conceit did feel That all of us were mortal here And lives once led were spent And wasted on our selfish selves. How narrow is such scope To feel that we Should be eternally The goal of all the toil And wretchedness From birth to death And like a play The curtain dropped And left an empty stage. How dull of us to feel that we Were all the target of this strife And that we lived but once And living then did reconcile The whole in one brief life. Oh no, a wider drama here Was planned and staged And we with narrowness of mind Did overlook the plan. We said that all is Mortal flesh The spirit just a thing To send, for pence To some strange heaven There to waste its skill Or had we not the price To some deep other place To pain, and waste again The life. To what dark depths Were dropped our minds To feel that flesh Is capable of love or trust or Livingness To feel that fingernails and masks Are all we need to dream. To what deep place Did our love go That mass could recompense? Anxieties that ruled our years Were nurtured here Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : gj96-00787R000200020051-4 Made blind and dumb Approved F Release 2003/09/10 : QIA-RDP96-00742000200020051-4 By other greed Spanned down our lives To One. What waste! To feel that all our love Our work, Our gifts, Our knowledge and our Sighs Were meant To be consumed All in one Breath and flash And by one name? Today, come wiser now The chains gone weak The tyranny of cult Gone tired with the years We look We find we live Not once But on and on From body's birth to Body's grave and then To birth again And yea to grave again So to dispose possessions Oft come undone With livingness. From century to century From age to age and on We go in march along The path that leads Forever up the countless Tick of time. We crawl, we walk, we fly We win From here and evermore The heritage of all our lives And spend it once again. Why this is no sad and Bleakish look No sorrowed thing This life. This is an adventure pure Approved For Release 2003/091'1 Qer~iot~kni787R000200020051-4 Yroven er we ea Aloft. into eternity Approves, pr Release 2003/09/10: CIA-RDP96-0 i67R000200020051-4 And span orever im a breath. This is adventure where We step from tie to Body tie And go Our way. Our suff'ring is Self centred here For we have lost In truth The smile, The touch, The skill and happiness We gained From (deceased), Who gave, to us From his/her past Ability to live And fare against The tides and storms of fate It's true we've lost His/her shoulder Up against the wheel And lost as well his/her counsel And his/her strength But lost them Only for a while. He/she goes Not with the dismal roll drum But with a whisper like A Faery's sigh To smooth the way For when we come. He'll/she'll be in some good Future time And future place His/her smile His/her touch His/her skill Invested there to make A way of life. True, true we may not Know him/her then and Only know his/her work But still Approved For Release 2003/09/1 WG~1 a9 ahead 000200020051-4 our ve e Res m We would not have Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-007$71000200020051-4 r^W A race. hdofffrom And so, brans e This Genetic Line And into some new Corner or new w rldeased) We've sent you, And there there'll be We know it noW, A smrile, A touch, A happiness for us And You You could not find on earth And so it turns The day, the year, The age. And so we go With banners furled And quietly Upon our way. But now we know And now we'll find The Way. Into the dark has come the Light Into tomorrow Enters night Into heaven Go no more Into life our Spirits soar Conquering ever -%xf;.dom's store We do not tremble -Faced with death We know that living Is not breath. Prevail! Co, (deceased) And take The life That offers no And live In good expectancy That we Approved For Release 2003/09/10: CIA-RPM-00707P,0600020051-4 Go, (deceased) ApprTed R learoe 2003/09/10: CIA-RDP96-0Q 7R000200020051-4 ou can That which you must. Our loss is gain In wisdom and in skill To future dates and other smiles And so we send into the Chain of all enduring time Our heritage Our hope Our friend. Goodbye, (deceased). Your people thank you for having lived Earth is Better for your having lived Men, women and children are alive today Because you lived. We thank you for coming to us. We do not contest your Right to go away. Your debts are paid. This chapter of they life is shut Go now, dear (deceased) and live once more In happier time and place. Thank you, (deceased). And now here lift up Your eyes and say to Him/her Goodbye. (Congregation): Goodbye. Goodbye, our, dear Goodbye. We'll miss you, you know. Let the body now Draw away To be consumed to ashes And to dust In earthly and in cleanly fire To be no more, no more. And that is done. Come friends, He/she is all right And he/she is gone. We have our work To do. And he/she has hi /hers. Appro ~eelsrierw- ;lice wirc b/% it-efeCIA-RDP96-00787 R000200020051-4 To Man! TH]AitdC'ttbl'IOQIIAIM@M00200020051-4 ? We of the Church believe : That all men of whatever race, colour or creed were.created with equal rights. That all men have inalienable rights to their own religious practices and their performance. That all men have inalienable rights to their own lives. That all men have inalienable rights to their sanity. That all men have inalienable rights to their own defence. That all men have inalienable rights to conceive, choose, assist and support their own organisations, churches and governments. That all men have inalienable rights to think freely, to talk freely, to write freely their own opinions and to counter or utter or write upon the opinions of others. That all men have inalienable rights to the creation of their own kind. That the souls of men have the rights of men. That the study of the mind and the healing of mentally caused ills should not be alienated from religion or condoned in non-religious fields. And that no agency less than God has the power to suspend or set aside these rights, overtly or covertly. And we of the Church believe: That man is basically good. That he is seeking to survive That his survival depends upon himself and upon his fellows and his attainment of brotherhood with the Universe. And we of the Church believe that the laws of God forbid Man: To destroy his own kind To destroy the sanity of another To destroy or enslave another's soul To destroy or reduce the survival of one's companions or one's group. And we of the Church believe: That #W(spadT rRbleam-e2loaoib9/10 : CIA-RDP96-00787R000200020051-4 That the spirit alone may save or heal the body.