Swiss artist unlocks his creativity to develop a fanciful view of life
Dottikon, Switzerland, March 22, 2016 (Newswire.com) - With an impish grin, Geppetto-like mustache and a flourish of paint on canvas, artist Carl W. Röhrig, 63, of Dottikon, Switzerland, opens a window into another universe in a video published March 22 on the Scientology Video Channel.
Röhrig describes how it was the Scientology Communication Course that brought him out of his shell. “I was kind of a quiet fellow and did not like to talk a lot,” he says.
Through Scientology he has gained the tools, ability and confidence to handle anything that comes up in life. “Scientology has given me a huge amount of peace and stability,” he says."Scientology has given me a huge amount of peace and stability."
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