Welcome to the board
As Diamond states, the "theocratic schedule" doesn't really leave much time for anything else. My life was consumed with such activities as an Elder, being a TMS Overseer, Secretary, and Book Study Conductor, giving Public talks every 2-4 weeks, Circuit Assembly parts, and occasionally taking the Wt.
Although some had "found Jesus" , none of them had maintained any relationship with the Creator and many even had atheistic and / or agnostic feelings.
My friends decided , after a few years of this , that despite their misgivings , a true relationship with a Creator could only be found within worship in accord with Jehovah's witnesses and decided to restore their position
I "found Jesus" and finally had an incredible relationship with him that hadn't really been encouraged by the WTS beyond "following his example". My relationship with my heavenly Father became 1000x stronger. I would contest your comment that someone can "find Jesus" and not maintain their relationship with their creator. Most would accept what Paul says about Jesus being their creator. Maybe their theology was impeding their ability to appreciate their perspective.
While many find that they have been turned off of religion, and/or God/the Bible, many do not. One thing is for sure, they are usually less gullable for the experience. How does that compare to the thousands who just go through the motions and hope that a perfunctory JW lifestyle will buy them life?
For most, Godless doesn't equate to Immoral. Personally I would applaude the acts of charity and emphasis on sanctity of life which are shown by such ones. At least they don't let kids die because they place ancient dietary laws above "love" and sanctity of life. At least they will happily give to charity, even if it's church sponsored, rather than hold the strange belief that distributing magazines that few read is somehow more worthy in the eyes of God.
I don't know if I'm getting my point across, but I guess I'm simply saying taht you probably need to give folks some credit for re-fashioning their lives after comig out from such a controlling religion. I don't say that with any bitterness, but just as what I hope to be a constructive observation of hindsight.
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