Persons without knowledge, experience, acumen or creativity are in charge of Artists who are all of the above.)
While I was serving time in Federal prison in the late 60's, the 40 brothers inside decided to stage our own assembly. I was the Music servant. (We didn't have Elders back then.)
The theme of the assembly mimicked the free world assemblies being held outside.
Long story short;
I composed (what I think and everyone else thought was) a very good song titled: Following the Fine Shepherd as the End Draws Near.
We rehearsed it (the bros who had instruments) and the consensus it was a winner :)
"Jehovah God above, we owe you all our love; you are our shepherd and we follow you.
Though Satan demands, that we must compromise; we'd sooner face death than be wrong in your eyes.
Now and forevermore, we fear not Satan's roar;
You are our shepherd and we follow you. . ."
However . . .
Just to make sure we were not "running ahead" of the Society, our version of an Elder, Tollie Padget, had the traveling Overseer (Circuit Servant) who visited the prison once a month, preview and decide the matter of each presentation on our "assembly" program.
Brother Bourgeois disapproved only MY song.
About a month previous, his step-daughter (whom I had dated on the outside) wanted to be added to my Visitor's list, but Brother Bourgeois had told her she could not visit because the incarcerated brothers could be a bad influence.
I wrote him a personal letter filled with scriptures and made the error of quoting Proverbs 18:3 "Anyone replying to a matter before it is heard, it is a foolishness for him and a humiliation."
He had his pride aroused and he sent me a rejoinder letter that pretty much excoriated me for attacking one of Jehovah's anointed. Yeah, he was anointed!
To appear neutral and Theocratic the anointed brother excluded my song because "He had prayed on the matter and Jehovah's spirit had 'told' him it wasn't reverent and respectful."
So. . .
that's how things can go.