ello, my name is Ron Savelo, and here is a little bit about myself:
I presently own and operate a computer software company called Report Master, Inc. Our specialty is report writing software for medical doctors and chiropractors. Our software saves the doctors time in writing certain reports that are required of them by insurance companies and refering physicians.
I'm married to a wonderful young lady who has recently moved here to the U.S. from Germany. Her name is Anke, and she works with a local marketing firm here in Clearwater, Florida. She's also a freelance artist specializing in a unique form of collage art. I have an extraordinary 14 year old daughter (pictured above) from a previous marriage, who grew up as a Scientologist and has artistic and other abilities that never cease to amaze me!
My parents are still alive and well, living in Stoneham, Massachusetts, USA. I don't see them as much as I'd like, but we stay in touch. I also have 2 older brothers and a younger sister who live with their families in the U.S. My interests and activities mostly involve running my business, my Church and my family. I volunteer some time each week helping to spread the word about Dianetics and Scientology at a local flea market and once a month I volunteer as the Director of a Public Access TV show called the "First Alternative", which is sponsored by the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR). The show is an expose type talk show which presents the truth about psychiatry and their many bad effects on society. My "spare" time is spent with my family going to museums, fairs, movies, restaurants, and other activities, or just relaxing at home with my wife and daughter.
I first discovered Scientology in 1971 when I purchased the Dianetics book. I was so impressed with the book that I went into the local Church of Scientology in Boston and signed up for their Communication Course and have been involved ever since.
I actually purchased Dianetics six months prior to actually reading it. It had been sitting on a shelf collecting dust, when one evening I ran into a Scientologist. We talked for hours about life and the mind and the spirit. When I arrived home that night I dusted off the Dianetics book and finished it about a week later. Even after finishing the book I was skeptical, to say the least. I pretty much operated on the premise, "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably isnít". So, I spent hours in a local library looking up every magazine article I could find from 1950 onward on the subjects of Scientology and Dianetics.
Well, needless to say, I was disappointed. I actually expected to find lots of good articles. What I found instead were lots of articles written by lots of authors who pretended to know something about the subjects, but who obviously hadnít even read the most basic book, which is Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health. Fortunately, I had read the book prior to my library research. So, it was fairly easy for me to distinguish between the truth and the lies. So, the lies actually had the reverse effect on me, as they simply strengthened my resolve to find out if what I had read in Dianetics was in fact true. It was!
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