There are two pillars in our religion… the person who is the Source—and that’s L. Ron Hubbard. And then the second terminal, or the second pillar, of the person who has ensured that what was created isn’t altered, tampered with and remains in its pure form forever, for everybody. And that’s David Miscavige. Alison Osborn
I have no doubt whatsoever that there are two pillars in our religion—and that is specifically the person who is the Source, the person who researched and cared enough to lay out the map of truth—and that’s L. Ron Hubbard. And then there’s the second terminal, or the second pillar, of the person who has ensured that what was created isn’t altered, tampered with and remains in its pure form forever, for everybody. And that’s David Miscavige. And they’re both important and they both ensure that we can all make it.
I’ve had the honor to meet David Miscavige a few times, and each time that I was able to speak with him there was a specific quality that I saw and that I took away from the meeting, which is that he’s just another human being. He’s so down to earth and real. When I was speaking with him there may have been a million things on his radar or on his task list for the day, but I felt completely understood and that I was the most important thing at that moment in time when we were having our brief conversation. I felt recognized, validated and as if I was talking to a brother or a friend.
You know a man by his actions. You don’t know a man by what they say or promise. You can tell a man and his worth by his products and his products speak for him—in volume. I will love him forever.