What I like about being a witness
Yes, that's what I liked about being a witness, too.
Here's a copy of my list.
The police knocked on my door
Police : Are you a Jehovah`s Witness ?
Me: I`m sorry I don`t know Jehovah ,or was even aware that he was in an accident ?
The people are nice, but the work sure sucks!
Wait on Jehovah to get paid, be patient, he takes care of his people...
Nothing............ the people are diminished and not real.
The Dogma suck's.
The Society gives corporations a bad name.
Being a JW means a life time of stumbling and fumbling.
Not being a JW? I like everything about not being a JW! A genuine life is really the only life worth living!
I'm sorry to tell you Molybdenum, but I copyrighted that list in 2002. You WILL be hearing from my lawyers.
Being a JW helped me to understand the meaning of insanity.
1)Everyone expecting you not to fall apart when you find out everything you believe
in was a lie.
2)One of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one's
work is terribly important.
I learned a lot from my time from that organization on lunacy.
Think about it, we were in "the one who flew over the cuckoo's nest" and most of
us came out with our minds intact and we learned so much about insanity.