“If you would discourse with me, sir…

…you must first define your terms." This quote, that is attributed to Voltaire, is one that my dad cites on a regular basis. Obviously, when you talk to someone, you have to make sure you’re on the same page with the vernacular you use. Otherwise, you could be in deep trouble. Like if an American... Continue Reading →

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Fact or fiction

Well, right now, it’s fact for me. Because I’ve given up fiction for Lent. As an avid reader, particularly of fiction, this means having time available to do work and projects that is ordinarily spent on fiction in various forms. I am not watching tv or movies (with the notable exception of Downton Abbey on... Continue Reading →

Fearless

For a long time now, I have been living in fear. I didn’t really realize it, though. I knew that I was drifting and unfocused. I think the Lord has been working to get my attention, though, because everywhere I turn, the topic of fear comes up. I’m a Compassionate Entrepreneur for Trades of Hope,... Continue Reading →

Why my handle is always jenichthus

Growing up, you pick up lots of things from your parents. Some things are background things you don’t even realize, like using certain phrases when you talk…only to find out later that no one else uses those phrases. Anywhere. Ever. My mom had several that she got from her mom. “She’s standing on her little... Continue Reading →

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