"Accepting a change when it comes and adapting to it can be difficult," admits one longtime elder. What has helped him accept the many refinements he has witnessed in the 48 years that he has been a Kingdom proclaimer? He ansewrs: "Having the right attitude is the key. Refusing to accept a refinement is to be left behin as the organization moves ahead. (Sounds good to me!) If I find myself in a situation where changes seem hard to accept, I reflect on Peter's words to jesus: 'Lord, whom shall we go away to? You have sayings of everlasting life.' Then I ask myself, 'Where shall I go away to-out there into the darkness of the world?' This helps me to hold firmly to God's organization." -John 6:68
Gimme a break WACKtower!
By the way, John 6:66-68 makes more sense: Owing to this many of his disciples went off to the things behind and would no longer walk with him. 67 Therefore Jesus said to the twelve: “Y OU do not want to go also, do YOU ?” 68 Simon Peter answered him: “Lord, whom shall we go away to? You have sayings of everlasting life; 69 and we have believed and come to know that you are the Holy One of God.”