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That can’t be it… can it?

Raw confessions and self-exposures, ironically, are themselves deep mysteries and intricate ruses. 

Explanation or confession?

Watch out for the “intellectual” who speaks as if only status and money motivates people; what they are telling you is their own base motivations.

I need you to grow.

I just haven’t grown up enough to say so.

You read me as a confessor.

You read what you are reading for.

Why did I spill?

I want to be rejected for who I truly am.

Hierarchical speech.

All is lost when you confess to the crowd that “it’s me, not you.”  

The interest in confessions.

We suspect that every confession—assuming it is an “honest” one—omits something crucial.