L. Ron Hubbard is one of the most acclaimed and widely read authors of all time. Over 120 million copies of his works have been sold in more than fifty languages around the world. One major reason is that his writing expresses a firsthand knowledge of the basics of life and ability - a knowledge gained not by being on the sidelines of life, but by living to the fullest.
“To know life you’ve got to be part of life,” he wrote. “You must get down there and look, you must get into the nooks and crannies of existence, and you must rub elbows with all kinds and types of men before you can finally establish what man is.”
He did exactly that. From the open ranges of his home state of Montana to the hills of China, from the frigid coast of Alaska to the jungles of South Pacific islands, whether working with men on explorations or teaching inexperienced naval crews to survive the ravages of a world war, L. Ron Hubbard truly learned what man and life are all about.
L. Ron Hubbard Continued...