Monday, October 03, 2005

It's time I mentioned this here

Jehovahs Witness Discussion Forum - Topic: My Escape (page 1): "I'd say my life really changed May 20, 1988. I turned 18. I had spent my entire childhood thinking that 'this system' would end before I was an adult. It had to! I had no trade. No skills. I was entirely dependant on my mother. Why would God - through the WTS - tell me to do NOTHING BUT go out in 'field service' if this meant that I'd be utterly unable to survive?"


Anonymous Andrea Wideman said...

The WTS didn't care about you personally. They cared about controlling you and keeping up the hours of field service reported.
Today they are back to that same tired old song about not needing further education. Of course when someone hits 18 years old they will expect you to earn lots of money to support the Worldwide Work but don't expect them to give you any help at all.

10/05/2005 12:09:00 AM  

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