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I confess so I can heal.
If I deny, I remain sick.
This will be my last installment of “Confessing.”
When I began this category eight months ago, I did so for two distinct reasons:
- To clear the air–to simply explain that imperfection does not eliminate me from the game.
- To open the door to allow myself to be even more forthcoming in the future.
Over the weeks, I have received many comments. Most people were surprised with my candor.
Yet I will tell you–I learned a long time ago, for every story I can tell about myself, there is always an available bystander who can make it seem worse.
Truth is not an option, but rather, a protection. It allows me a circle of influence which cannot be broken because I’ve already allowed the information to set me free.
So as I close this off, I encourage you to pursue the wisdom of allowing yourself to be transparent.
Of course, I have committed many more than thirty-two sins, but I have given you a great cross-section of my iniquity. Details and names were often changed to protect what innocence remains.
Here is one simple fact: the only way to stay a sinner is to try to believe you’re not sinning.
You can do terrible things and repent, or you can do little stupid things … and look terrible because you didn’t.
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