I hope I do not repeat thread. Paragraph 15, w2011 6/15 p. 23 states:
Paul set a fine example for Christian elders. Though he was an apostle and could have been “an expensive burden” on Christians in Thessalonica, he did not “eat food from anyone free.” Rather, he ‘labored and toiled night and day.’ (2 Thess. 3:8) Many present-day elders, including those who are in the traveling work, set a fine example in this regard. Although they accept hospitality from fellow believers, they do not “put an expensive burden” upon anyone.—1 Thess. 2:9.
I wonder when Circuit Overseers ceased to be a burden since proclaimers pay everything they need and at what company they work night and day not to eat for free. Note it is written "many [...] elders" and not "every [...] elder"...
What do you think about it? Are elders or CO acting as Paul did?