One of the things that I think is the most unique about Mr. Miscavige is the level of ‘we.’ … The ‘we’ was always part of who we are and who he is. Fran Andrews
One of the things that I think is the most unique about Mr. Miscavige is the level of “we.” It’s not “Mr. Miscavige and the Sea Org” or “Mr. Miscavige and the Sea Org and the staff” or “Mr. Miscavige and the Sea Org and the staff and Scientologists.” His level of inclusion, of everybody being on the same page, getting done what needs to get done, enjoying, for lack of a better word, all of the benefits and gains of Scientology, is the most I’ve ever seen. Like whether it’s listening to him at an event, having a personal conversation with him, the “we” was always part of who we are and who he is.
In ten years the expansion that … that I’ve observed in Scientology has been massive. I’ve seen it with my own eyes. I’ve experienced it. I’ve been there. I’ve been in orgs around the world. And it’s a complete and total change than it was ten years earlier to that. And that was it.
You know what I mean? It’s just … it’s not even like … the change in Scientology with Mr. Miscavige isn’t just, “Oh, wow, we’re expanding.” It’s like, “Oh, wow, we’re doing it, we are doing Scientology as LRH always wanted it to be done.”
Most people would consider it daunting and maybe he even has at times. But he’s doing it, and he’s doing it in spades. And he’s making sure that it gets done. He’s doing it. And the most incredible thing is the level of inspiration that he provides so that other people do it.