"Wait on Jehovah"
This is not the advice I was given when I was studying and there were problems in my former church. I was told that the problems and errors in my former church were a sign that they did not have Jehovah's blessing and were false religion. "Get out of her, my people" was the advice you gave me then. I was told I couldn't worry about how much the decision to leave that church and become a JW would distress my family and friends.
Now, when I see the same problems at the Kingdom Hall and throughout the society, I am told to "wait on Jehovah". You try to make me feel guilty about distressing 'the friends' at the hall.
This doesn't make sense. Actually, it's called blatant hypocrisy. I find blatant hypocrisy unacceptable in any group that claims to be lead by God.