What made Jesus 'perfect'?
He followed the laws of his own conscience. We were all born with the innate ability to distinguish between right and wrong, good and evil.
Why are we not 'perfect'?
The problem is that we have allowed the influences of desire, envy, greed, anger, jealousy, etc. to influence our actions in a way that is against what we know in our conscience. We allow ourselves to act on these negative emotions because we justify our wrong doing. Knowing it is innately, morally wrong to wish harm on others, we do so because we perceive they have unjustly caused harm to us.
How have others caused harm to us?
It is because we ourselves have allowed them to do so. It has been with our own Consent. We have given up our personal power over to them through pledges of allegiances and loyalty. Rather than trusting our own sense of ethics and good, we have given up our own common sense by giving an oath to support some religion or government and in so doing have pledged to abide by their rules and not our own conscience.
We have transferred the ownership of our own souls to some corporate entity.
Parable of the Virgins
In this parable, the virgins represent those who have not transferred their personal power in order to support some ruling power. A virgin is one who is not owned.
Once you are Baptized into any religion, you have participated in a consummation ritual with a corporate entity.
Once you have pledged an allegiance to a government, you have entered into an agreement to uphold all dictates of the ruling power whether you agree with them or not. Once you have taken the blood oath of a secret society to blind obedience and to 'cover over' the evil committed by others of the sect, you have grieved the innate Holy Spirit within yourself by going against your conscience by agreeing to be held by threat. Once you have pledged the baptism oath of any religion....you are owned by your chosen rulers.
You Must Be Judgement Proof
In order to be one of "the Virgins" you must be judgement proof. If you have a judgement against you such as being disfellowshipped, you are still a Watch Tower ward. Why? Because your withdrawal was by decree and not stated on your own terms. The only way out of this contract must be very explicit wording. A disassociation letter arguing the points of your religious beliefs still leaves you as an errant Ward of the Watch Tower.
The Only Way Out
The only way out of this binding Baptismal oath is to renounce, revoke, rescind, null and void your Baptismal oath. Your letter of retraction should not be arguing biblical dogma, but rather discussing the corporate business that it is. Your letter should be polite and business like suggesting that you have been defrauded without actually saying so. Perhaps you could mention that it has recently come to your attention that there were political liabilities which attached to your baptism that you were previously unaware of. (Did you even know about the political decree of shunning before you 'jumped in"?) In your letter of Disassociation and Severance you must also demand that your name be removed from their rolls and their files purged of any and all contracts bearing your name. Anything less, still leaves you a Ward of the Watch Tower.