Scientologists @home, featuring short films shot around the globe by Scientologists in their own homes, where they are staying safe, staying well and thriving in life, presents Nevada resident Isabella Quintero @home.
Drive 15 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip and you’re in Henderson, one of the safest cities in the United States. But even here, the stress of quarantine can make life feel like it’s grown out of control. To nip stress in the bud, Isabella plants for the future with a desert-friendly vegetable garden. Where does she find the inspiration to weed out the bad?
“It can get a little hard to sit down and focus on the good,” she says. “But one book that I’ve been referring to is The Fundamentals of Thought.”
As for how she uses the book to plow through tough times, she says, “It helps me figure out how to deal with all of this in relation to me.”
So, Isabella sows her garden, knowing she’ll soon be harvesting a bumper crop of better days ahead.
The Scientologists @home series is available at Scientology.org/DailyConnect, where every day new short films shot by Scientologists themselves present how they apply Scientology principles and continue their religious studies while at home.
Find out about the mind, spirit and life in the Scientology: The Fundamentals of Thought free online course.
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