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The point is, JW's SHOULD be allowed to read the founding fathers, since considering they quote them in JW literature, there should be no reason it's considered "anti-JW" material. just let them read it for themselves and it will all be very obvious... I still hold some of the beliefs to heart, but after being a JW for so long, and seeing all that a person does as a long time member, things swept under the rug, not to question, how that 3 men, (elders) can decide if a person is repentant or not is just wrong.
If I was ever to go back now, I would be a hypocrite as I could not put faith in how things are done.
Learn who you are and what you want and then move in that direction.
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I also heard from the platform and from people at the Hall how it was not good for a man to be alone; that he needed a wife to satisfy his sexual needs.
Men who remained single too long may not function properly and women needed to be available for marriage to the single brothers; that it was “selfish for a woman to stay alone when there were brothers available.” The only exceptions were for women who “pioneered” full-time.
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I found him interesting and wanted to get to know him better. I can also say that he hit twenty-four out of the twenty-five qualities that I wanted in a partner.Theirs was a “I love it because it’s mine” love – and not connected to any real emotion or feeling. I had a severe drinking problem by this time, and needed to sober up. I will never forget one conversation I had over coffee with a group of people while we were talking about my view of relationships. ” Since I believed that it wasn’t in a man’s nature to love, I honestly thought I was doing the man a favor by leaving. She said, “If you can’t think of twenty-five things you like about yourself, you really have nothing to offer anyone.” Ouch!