I thought this during my wake up. If you think about it, Jehovahs promise for the faithful is actually a bum deal. Some would even say a con. Think about it:
You live a life denying carnal and/or material pleasures to preach and advertise WT. You're constantly on the watch for Armageddon, looking at world events through WT goggles and seeing everything as either persecution or fulfillment of prophecy. You're required to shun those you love who leave or commit some indiscretion that you aren't even told what it is, and isn't any of your business anyway. You forgo further education, put off your talents and hobbies and instead devote yourself to ministerial training school, pioneer school or some other school which could be abandoned at any time and you're not compensated or thanked for your service.
You may die. But you must keep up all of this right up until death because if you slip at the very end your entire service has been for nought.
And even if you do die and are resurrected, you dont even know if you'll be a eunuch in the new system or if you'll still be married or if you're even capable of love in that way. The first thousand years of your immortal life must be spent smashing up and cleaning up the buildings, disposing of corpses and preaching and teaching. Anthony Morris, Joseph Rutherford and Fred Franz are looking down on you from heaven ruling as kings and priests and most likely dictating what trousers we can wear, if we can have oral sex and how many hours body disposing are we to report on our slips?
You know what this is like? A life insurance scam.