You know what’s a weird email archetype? The one way.
It’s when you get an email from someone that very much wants to tell you something. Maybe they read something you wrote. They saw something you made. They cross paths with some part of your life. They type it all up and send it to you. You get it, read it, and respond to it, but then never hear back ever again. That email they sent was a one-off one-way anomaly.
One-ways feel weird because email is this highly established two-way street where communication flows easily both ways. But in this case, it behaves more as they sent you a letter with
123 black hole avenue as a return address.
If that’s the intention of the email, the respectful thing is to say so.
No need to reply to this email. I probably won't see/read the reply if you do, because of [insert legitimate reason here].