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boy oh boy do I relate to this. And the point on spiritual maturity...spot on.
Thank you for this post. I recently watched a college graduation speech on this exact topic. Essentially, the speaker presented this syndrome as non existent and more an indication that society was broken. If we feel that we don't belong somewhere or aren't qualified to share our knowledge, we're not broken, or need to be fixed, these feelings are simply part of being human. Check out bicycle face syndrome, this is what the speech started with.