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I know a number of people want me to write more frequently and I consider that a great compliment.
I would, but I refuse to write just for the sake of writing. I want to have something to say that is worthwhile. I've written a lot and, too often, when I'm researching something I want to say, I find I've already said it, sometimes several times.
When I started this blog, there was a lot of confusion and bad information which I intended to help clear up. I think I did that. Now there are many very fine blogs and other sources of factual information and excellent opinions. Often, when I'm researching something, I find that others have already covered it quite well.
This is wonderful but, I ask myself, what will I write about then?
Well, I'm always glad to answer questions, both publicly and privately. That hasn't changed.
And, sometimes, I do find something more to write about.
You have my full authorization to copy, quote, link to and reuse any article on Ask the Scientologist.
I'd like it if you gave me acknowledgement as the author and a linkback would be nice -- but not required.
If you alter, correct and/or improve on what I've written, send me a copy. I'd like that.
Just a Note
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