Isn't it great to be together with your big sister in all celebrations of life? It's just the best, that time with family who love and accept you for who you are, not whether you go to JW meetings.
It's been a joy to get to know Barb and Frank over the past year or so. I never knew Barb, but I did know Frank, or, I should say we know most all the same people from way back. We've had a good chuckle on those times, we remember them fondly. And Barb, she has such spirit and integrity...
I think I was telling Barb, or wha maybe, I think the experiences we read here and on other sites, Freeminds etc., are very powerful. No matter what the differences are between all of us politically or religious, when we read the human experience and struggle that we all here share, those differences seem to melt away and we bond together. It was the experiences I read when I first left that moved me more than anything...I couldn't believe there were people out there just like me that would not take it anymore. I expect that Frank and Barb's eloquent story will touch the many that seek to find their own way out of the madness.