Stop Confessing Your Vulnerabilities

The Uninvited Confession, The New Confessional

Over the years, and most especially during the coronavirus pandemic, I’ve noticed an unsettling trend: people I barely know or do not know at all will send me letters written in the mode of a confession. Completely out of the blue. The writer will not ask after me or mine, nor will he or she in any way include me in what…

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Practical Philosopher, Ph.D. | Meditation Teacher | Zen Buddhist | Proponent of Self-inquiry (https://andrewjtaggart.com)

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Andrew Taggart

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Practical Philosopher, Ph.D. | Meditation Teacher | Zen Buddhist | Proponent of Self-inquiry (https://andrewjtaggart.com)

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