Hmmm Scientology makes some good points.
Dont do it
Despite the twentieth centuryís torrent of technological advances, our civilization is in dire need of help. Since the advent of an atomic age which spawned the distinct possibility that all life on Earth could be extinguished at the push of a button, two generations have grown up under that specter. Partially in consequence, life in our society has taken many strange twists: Children are forcibly administered tranquilizing drugs in schools in the name of control; workers are taxed one hourís wages for every three on the job; and our youth emerge from their schools unable to read or write. Through media manipulation, whole populations are directed what to think, what to believe or what attitudes to hold. Such is the world that would be encountered by a time traveler from the start of this century, and surely he would find it strange.
It is not easy to live with purpose, dignity and happiness in a world so engrossed in materialism and so utterly blind to manís spiritual needs. Half an hourís walk through any urban landscape would convince virtually anyone that life could be a happier proposition.
Which brings up this relevant question: What is Scientology?
Scientology is an applied religious philosophy.
The fastest growing religious movement on Earth, Scientology has become a firmly established and active force for positive change in the world in less than half a century.
The Scientology religious philosophy contains a precise system of axioms, laws and techniques, exhaustively researched and documented as workable. As such, it provides the individual with the ability to dramatically improve conditions, not only in his own life but in the world around him.