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- 20John Aquila in
for those of you who left family and friends and had to start over from scratch just to get out of the organization, was it worth it?.
- 8rebelfighter in
from reading my previous post many of you know i am a worldly person and have been a life long child advocate.
my heart goes out to the jw children and women.
these last 5 months education here and jwfacts, jwstruggles, has been very enlightening.
- 92Gayle in
http://appellatecases.courtinfo.ca.gov/search/case/maincasescreen.cfm?dist=0&doc_id=2109889&doc_no=s226656&search=party&start=1&query_partylastnameororg=watchtower bible and tract.
- 30John Aquila in
do you think any members of the governing body visit this site-jwn regularly?.
how about the heavies in the organization, like the writers, lawyers, and other who work at headquarters?.
for all we know john aquila could be a member of the gb..
- 3purrpurr in
i'm reading a very interesting book right now " why our children will be atheist ".
i've just started the beginning of the book but it starts off with a history of how religion developed through the ages of mankind.. one of the points it make is that religion was invented for two reasons 1) to alay fears about death and the future 2) to create a bond between other people.. i found this thought to be very interesting and i wonder if the need for those two components were removed from mankind would religion disappear too?.
- 39punkofnice in
back in the 1960's early 70's i remember my congregation going on a witch hunt and making a list of products, ice creams, confectionary or anything that might contain blood!.
i remember one zealous brother asking an ice cream vendor if the ice cream contained blood.
the vendor just looked gone out!.
- 3Illuminated in
i was walking in an empty area of a main street recently when i noticed an elderly woman with stacks of magazines headed towards my direction looking as though she's on a mission.
she drew closer to me, and made eye contact.
do you have children, are they jw's?.
- 1smiddy in
sometime during or after my conversion to jehovah witnesses 55 years ago , i felt it was my calling , duty , mission , to preach the word , and witness to as many people as i could about the watchtower`s interpretation of the bible that i believed was the truth.. and may i presume i am not alone there .i feel many if not all would have had similar thoughts.. without being presumptuous i think i have found my real calling in life , in doing what little i can to add my 2 cents worth in exposing this religion for what a fraud it actually is ,especially to the newbies , because most of us here have already found ttatt .. so witnessing to the truth about jehovah`s witnesses on this board , gives me much more pleasure than i ever had witnessing for the watchtower organization.
and this site / board has enabled me to do that , thank you simon ,ang, and company.. smiddy.
- 4Esse quam videri in
what year comes to your mind as the happiest?
maybe some special place you lived, being with special people, an unforgettable period that made it your happiest.