It’s been a while since I’ve posted on this blog—more than two years.
But recently—out of the blue—I received an email from the Rigpa U.S. Board directing me to Rigpa’s Renewed Apology (dated October 15, 2021) on the Rigpa International website.
I don’t trust the new apology and felt compelled to respond. If you’d like to read my response, you’ll find it here:
Never Accept an Incomplete or Inauthentic Apology
In this article, I describe what constitutes a “true apology.” I then go on to enumerate the ways in which I find Rigpa’s Renewed Apology lacking.
I hope you find it helpful or illuminating in some way.
With best wishes, Sandra