The Creeds and Codes of Scientology
THE CREDO OF A TRUE GROUP MEMBER
In our bureaucratic age, members of a group are often left feeling hopeless and ineffective in the face of seemingly insurmountable difficulties. Some may even come to feel they would be better off without allegiance to any group. But inevitably, no one can survive alone, and denying oneself membership in a group is denying oneself the pride and satisfaction which can only come through teamwork.
In his research into the technology of groups, L. Ron Hubbard codified the key principles which members of any group should follow to attain its goals. These are offered in the following code, written in January 1951. Using this code, a person can greatly increase his contribution to a group, while at the same time maintaining his own self-determinism.