I know this might sound silly but Field Service did provide a strange type of good feelings after I was done. I called this the "Halo-Effect" because I felt so "righteous, obedient and good" for taking the weirdos or "the friends" in my station wagon. Vans and Station Wagon owners in the congregations often get used hard, pile up seven whacks and your off! Were your field service cargroups composed of the "Young and Old, Clean and Filthy", "Insane and overly educated (in their opinion), the poor who never donated one penny and often I had to pay for their kids "snacks and lunches" or were you exempt by hanging out with the "clean piousneers"?
I do admitt, for some odd reason it felt good afterwards preaching door-to-door (when we actually did this), "business territory" or "magazine placements" by standing in front of a little market. This "good feeling" started to stop two years ago when I realized I was preaching a lie, and the Governing Body was not who they said there were.
Some of the mighty members here(JWN), took mentally challenged, "elderly-witnesses that did bath frequently" and poor orphans into their cars, paid for the "snacks", lunches and used their time to help clean crazy witnesses homes. How did you feel after "Field Service", a euphoric high, a gentle feeling of good or mentally drained?