Writing my Disassociation letter
Perhaps the price of freedom is pain. What's the price of remaining in slavery?
You see, that's the ''paradox'' of the whole thing. The price of freedom is pain. But then there's the price of slavery as well. It creates a ''paradox''!!!!
You have a legal right to freedom of religion - you are legally free to adopt or discard any religion at any time for any (or no) reason. This right is one of your constitutionally protected human rights. To interfere with a person exercising their constitutionall rights is to invite litigation and the Watchtower fears litigation above all else.
Here's an appealing alternative that excludes the congregation and body of Elders from involvement in your freewill decision to abandon their cult whenever you please -
Write a cathartic, dated letter expressing whatever you feel necessary. Structure the letter around your recent decision that - for the reasons given in the letter- you have already abandoned the religion (past tense).
Send this very personal, private letter to someone you trust, a real friend - not a JW! not the elders , not the society as these are the source of your problem, not it's solution. Make sure your friend keeps or returns your letter for you
You are now CULT FREE legally. in writing, witnessed by your friends receipt of your letter!
Since you are no longer a cult member you have to stop doing supporting cult activities - answering, preaching their propaganda, meeting parts etc. You can still attend the pubic talks and invited gatherings...
AS a non-member you are no longer under the ecclesiastic authority of the BOE thus, any Judicial action or anouncements regarding your activities or personal choices would be a violation of your rights ( include this detail in your letter to your friend.)
You will still be shunned and gossipped by the dimwit drones but your days of elder hassle are over - enjoy!