The J Ws have set up a literature trolley in one of our local shopping centers. Since the Goodwill thrift store at the center has an excellent selection of second hand books, I stop by twice a month and buy a book or two that catches my interest. As a result I've become friendly with the J Ws who mind the trolley.
Usually the minders are two 70 something J W ladies. But this time they were joined by a quadriplegic man, who looked to be in his late 60s. He was laid back in a special wheel chair with a directional lever that he could operate with his chin.
When I stopped by to say hello, I asked them: “How's business?”
To which one of the ladies replied: “Slow.”
Unfortunately I didn't have the time to do any un-witnessing. So when they reminded me that the literature was free, I took the Watchtower and Awake leaflets to look over and ask questions about the next time I would stop by.
But as I walked to my truck, I wondered who would get credit for the two leaflet placements since there were three J Ws minding the trolley?
I also thought it interesting that now not even a quadriplegic JW can escape Watchtower service. No doubt at their next convention this poor guy will be wheeled out on stage to give his experience about how even with his disability he was able to distribute Watchtower propaganda to the public.