Common Sense Moral Code Promotes Happiness and Pride
St. Petersburg volunteers share The Way to Happiness with those celebrating Russia Day.
Volunteers from The Way to Happiness Association celebrated Russia Day in St. Petersburg by sharing copies of the nonreligious common sense moral code The Way to Happiness. And for good reason.
The lack of a moral compass is a common denominator in many of the social and personal issues that create stress and duress in people’s lives. It is what underlies corruption, crime, corporate greed and drug abuse—even divorce.
More than half of Russian marriages end in divorce and according to the Russian Public Opinion Research Center, 24 percent are torn apart by infidelity and another 16 percent by alcoholism or drug abuse.
…despite unseasonably chilly weather, wind and rain, the volunteers handed out hundreds of copies of The Way to Happiness…
So despite unseasonably chilly weather, wind and rain, the volunteers handed out hundreds of copies of The Way to Happiness and set up a board on St. Petersburg’s Bolshaya Konushennaya St. where people could write down their favorite precept. They also gave them a second copy of the booklet to give to a family member or friend.
Written by author, humanitarian and Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard, the 21 precepts of The Way to Happiness can be applied by anyone of any faith.
The Way to Happiness Association is supported by the Church of Scientology. The Church and its members are proud to share the tools for happier living contained in The Way to Happiness with all who also have the goal of a better world.
The Scientology religion was founded by author and philosopher L. Ron Hubbard. The first Church of Scientology was formed in Los Angeles in 1954 and the religion has expanded to more than 11,000 Churches, Missions and affiliated groups, with millions of members in 167 countries.
Church of Scientology Media Relations
(323) 960-3500 phone
(323) 960-3508 fax