Voice for Humanity: Repairing the Moral Fabric of a Culture

In commemoration of World Humanitarian Day, the Church of Scientology released a video August 18, honoring a woman who is infusing hope into the heart of India.

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Suman Walwa, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police in the Union Territory Police Service of India, usesThe Way to Happiness to instill moral values in society.

The magic of The Way to Happiness lies in its power to bring true happiness for every individual, every group and every country. It brings a universal message that transcends all boundaries, irrespective of religious beliefs, irrespective of regionalism.

(PRWEB) August 18, 2014

In honor of World Humanitarian Day, the Church of Scientology published a video August 18, featuring Suman Nalwa, additional Deputy Commissioner of Police, working in the Union Territory Police Service of India—a woman with a mission to better the lives of the people of her country.

“Right now, you see so much social, cultural, economic difference,” says Nalwa, who sees that the lack of a moral compass in society is increasing discontent.

“Being in the police structure we encounter all kinds of people,” she says, “especially the anti-social ones. And the victims, also, who have been abused or have been in difficult circumstances.”

In seeking something she could use to improve the conditions she saw around her, she found The Way to Happiness.

The Way to Happiness is a commonsense moral code written by L. Ron Hubbard. Entirely nonreligious in content and message, the booklet has been translated in 112 languages. More than 110 million copies of the booklet have been distributed.

“I really loved the precepts,” says Nalway who sees it as a simple way individuals can take responsibility for their acts. “When you read it, when you imbibe it, you can feel it—that it’s the solution.”

She implemented the study of The Way to Happiness throughout her police force and the results were striking.

“After this program, there has been a shift toward a positivity,” she says. “It created a will to share it and there’s a passion. And then, I thought, why not expand it. Now police are taking it to the community.”

Nalwa likens the flowing of The Way to Happiness from person to person to the flowering of a tree. “From one branch you have 20 branches,” she says. “The magic of The Way to Happiness lies in its power to bring true happiness for every individual, every group and every country. It brings a universal message that transcends all boundaries, irrespective of religious beliefs, irrespective of regionalism, irrespective of economics, social differences. It’s a global phenomenon creating a truly new beginning.”

Inspired by the words of L. Ron Hubbard, Founder of the Scientology religion, that “a being is only as valuable as he can serve others,” Scientologists wholeheartedly support the distribution of The Way to Happiness. Participation and collaboration in this and other Scientology-supported humanitarian initiatives and social betterment programs is invited and welcomed from all who seek to improve conditions for themselves and others.

For more information, visit the Scientology website at http://www.Scientology.org/how-we-help/voice-for-humanity.