Overcome by thankfulness today

One of the many things that was horrible about being a $cientologist was having the arrogant attitude that anyone not interested in it was an enemy. Because of that mindset, I intentionally stopped talking to some of the best people I've ever known.

I just want to take this moment to say how grateful I am that Kim and I no longer belong to such a disgusting organization and that I now count as friends people I almost lost forever.

To my almost lost friends: click this.


melissa lion said...

Hey, thanks for coming back!

uncle said...

hmmm..you must be good at 'love thy enemy' stuff, but glad it's not at such a distance anymore.

M.KATE said...

hopped over from another blog, love the pictures very much :)

Lauri said...

Glad to have you back in my life!

Coffee Messiah said...

WOW! I enjoyed your previous post and am glad to hear you have made it out of the S situation.

In '71, just out of HS a friend who was selling jewelry on the street in SF belonged and made numerous attempt to get us to come to a talk. Yet, whenever I asked anything, he'd never say. I don't know why, but I always know how to read a situation intuitively and have never succumbed to any of it, no matter who it is.

Oh, after awhile he did not speak to us either. I thought that was odd.

Cheers to ya both!

Cathy said...

Melissa, Uncle, Lauri,
Hey to you, my lovely and wonderfully true friends. I'm sure you knew I loved you all along and just needed to get that junk out of my system.

M. Kate,
Welcome and thank you.

So glad you stopped in. We've been busy here as you can see.
You are one fortunate and smart cookie to have such good radar keeping you safe. There's a lot of harm in that cult (and others too of course).

Anonymous said...

no, no, no....... thank YOU! A life without Cathy is like a life without sunshine. (notice the subtle Florida reference.)