Hey everyone, I downloaded all your personalities from JW.com into my Psych-anal-tron. It noticed something I found interesting: a curious reaction to the word or concept of organisation amongst us apostates.
It seems whenever the word "organisation", or the concept of "becoming organised" is mentioned, we shy away, repulsed or antagonised. There are reactions like "I just left a high control group, I don't want anything to do with organisations again."
Is it possible that we are over-reacting about the organisation thing? After all, organisation is necessary in every concept of life. Without it, society would be disorganised at best, and anarchistic at worst. Most of us, I think, are happier if we are personally organised.
Pathofthorns' thread about a legal organisation of former witnesses received this type of response. But surely the idea is a good one, an organisation that has resources to provide factual commentary upon the bOrg. To me, an organisation like this would be beneficial, and the major difference to the bOrg would be that it would be not controlling.
I too get the automatic repulsion to the idea of being part of an organised entity concerned with this stuff. But maybe this is an irrational reaction I need to work on. Getting "organised" may be a far more effective way to influence/combat/neutralise the WT.