A letter to the main administration.

by Sergey Antonov 10 Replies latest jw friends

  • Sergey Antonov
    Sergey Antonov

    Hello! I want to send a letter to the main office with the questions. For example, ask a question about the Rolex watch from Hert. About unfulfilled prophecies and so on. Did anyone have experience writing a letter? My English is bad. Could someone help me? Maybe someone also has questions and could write a joint letter. Thank you!

  • Finkelstein

    Ha ! good luck as it will soon be tossed in the trash and never make it into the hands of one of the GB members.

  • carla

    I think general letters make it to the circular file. Letters about specific people even from worldly people will make it back to the kh that is involved. I know this from personal experience. It was quite a number of years ago so who knows if they have time today in their new palatial digs in the county side.

  • stillin

    Many here have written letters, myself included. In my own case, I have always gotten a reply but from what I've heard, many letters go unanswered lately.

    If you have serious questions, my advice is that you present them respectfully, not as a challenge. But my guess is that if you get a response, it will be pretty much a form letter or a recommendation that you talk with your local elders about your concerns.


    1 -Why do you feel the need to do that?

    2 -What do you feel it will achieve?

    3 -Why do you think you will get a reply?

    4 -If you were to get a reply ..what sort of reply would satisfy 1- above? and would it fulfill 2- above?

    “Nobody can hurt me without my permission.”
    Mahatma Gandhi

    """For thousands of years, writers, poets, philosophers and theologians have been advocating their particular methods or techniques for silencing the noise within us. They all came to more or less the same conclusion that decent peace of mind can only be attained by subduing the ramblings of the mind, even if only for a minute or two."""

    Kind regards ~

  • freddo

    Rearrange these words.

    waste your Don't time.

  • dozy

    It's risky. They likely will write to your elders without making any effort to respond to your questions.

  • Finkelstein

    About unfulfilled prophecies and so on.

    Why do have to ask an obvious question that has an obvious answer ?

    The WTS has been a commercialized fraud propagating a tainted commercialized Gospel for over 100 years.

    There are reasons why the WTS. doesn't want people to read the bible by itself , for there are scriptures within it that clearly identifies the WTS/JWS as false Prophets.

    Its a corrupt religious publishing house in other words., a dangerous and damaging one at that.

  • JaniceA

    When I was young and brainwashed, I had questions. I asked them all the while assuming I was just missing something obvious that everyone else hadnt. Maybe we left early one night? I missed some key learning in 3rd grade math when we moved school districts. Maybe something similar happened when we went camping or to the fair.

    I figured it was the truth and I was ignorant. That wasn't the case, but so many JWs seem to think it's not an issue with the organization's teaching, but with them. There will never be any substantive response from them, so the only problem is that you aren't as stupid( or gullible) as the WT wants you to believe.

  • Finkelstein

    The WTS wants gullible subservient unquestioning yes people, with unconditional loyalty to them, you even have to make a personal vow toward them (GB), upon getting baptized as a JWS.

    Its an organization of lies and corruption that has fed men both power and money , that's why it still exists today.

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