Leaving the WT the same process as joining

by gubberningbody 7 Replies latest jw friends

  • gubberningbody

    1. Get a copy of Crisis of Conscience, bring it to the meetings and read it while others are reading the WT. If you work with other JW's leave a copy on your desk at work or in school. They may become interested.

    2. Witness to everyone who is a JW as to the horrors associated with the WTBS, and the joys of leaving.

    3. If they listen, you have gained your brother. If not, their blood is on their own head.

    4. Associate regularly with others who likewise recognize the dangers of the WTBS.

    5. Keep reminding yourself about the joys of your freedom in contrast to the spiritual filth you left behind.

  • Mad Sweeney
    Mad Sweeney

    Escaping the Borg...The P.A.S.S. Method

    P. Pick up and read the works of Ray Franz and Steve Hassan

    A. Apostate association (both online and in real life when possible)

    S. Skip all meetings, service, and other "theocratic" activities

    S. Seek out your own path

  • sir82

    6. Just as when you entered, plan on leaving behind and no longer associating with friends and family.

  • nancy drew
    nancy drew

    It may be that even close friends or relatives will tell you that they do not like your examining the organization.

    jesus said a man's enemies will be persons of his own household.

    relatives may try to discourage you in all sincerity because they do not know what you have found out. if you give in to opposition how will those friends & loved ones be helped to understand accurate knowledge.

    your staying out of the org may in time influence them to learn the truth about the wtbs.

  • serenitynow!

    Good tips everyone.

  • palmtree67


    I love you guys!

  • WTWizard

    I like the part of skipping all theocraptic activities. It reminds me of having to skip secular activities so one can pio-sneer. Children are ordered to skip after-school activities. Everyone is ordered to skip vacations so they could go to boasting sessions, pio-sneer, or go to the a$$emblies (and, if you are going on vacation, you had to skip the fun and go to all boasting sessions and out in field circus). We were ordered to skip Christmas parties, whether in school or at work. If it was fun, we had to skip it then.

    Now, instead we are skipping their activities.

  • Little Imp
    Little Imp

    This thread has made me laugh so much, keep them coming in!!!


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