His family is aware that he does not believe this is God's Organization, but they want him to try and get reinstated anyway, so they can socialize together.
Finally Free said: In other words, instead of meeting him half way like normal people would, his family expects him to go against everything he believes in and live a lie, and submit to the degradation that goes along with the reinstatement process. All for the privilege of associating with people who obviously would not do the same for him.
That's more or less my take on it, but then again, it's not my family so I guess it's easier for us to say we wouldn't do it. If I were in that boat, I might consider doing the same thing. I think that his family is banking on the idea that if he starts going back to the meetings, he'll realize how much he missed it , will come to his senses, realize that the Dubs are the "happiest people on earth" and will be back in the fold before you can say 'new light'.
vitty said: There is a poster here, hoppie, I think is her name. She has written a book that ive just ordered. She was DF and shunned by her daughter for being an apostate, she got herself reinstated after 10 years, then set about getting her daughter out. Im hoping I can do the same.
Vitty, can you please tell me the name of the book? I'd be very interested in it.
I just want to scream Ba......ds.................
I'd like to scream something alot worse than that. And anyone who's been on this board for more than 10 seconds probably has a pretty good idea of what I'm capable of screaming. I was at my sister's last week and saw the Craptower on the table, so I picked it up and it was talking about Albert Schroelder "finishing his earthly course" and I thought "..I hope he's burning in HELL right this second for being part of the men who have caused all this misery to so many people in this life." F**KERS.