Well, very little, to be honest. The structure and commitment of the ministry provided discipline necessary to my life. Therefore, I did it, as required, and felt some sense of fulfillment at the Bible study stage.
I do like talking to people. I got that from Mom and Dad. They were kind and helpful people, always working towards the welfare of friends, family, strangers. Dad was a pioneer, Mom a nurse.
What I do now is find different avenues to interact with people. Can't help chatting up neighbors walking their dogs or a barista or a clerk at market. No longer bound by "directing interest toward the Organization," I feel free to talk about what matters to the folks I engage in conversation. Why, I am even at liberty to enter their homes, have a meal, and not fret over being set upon by the demons lurking behind a facade of kindly hospitality.
Have you found your own meaningful ways to stay in touch with humanity?