Jargons, jargons, jargons.
Language, language, language.
Clichés, clichés, clichés.
Expressions, expressions, expressions.
Every field of study,
Every ethnic and social group
Has jargon, language, clichés, and expressions.
Entering a group
You learn the jargon, language, clichés, and expressions.
Like climbing a steep hill, it’s a steep learning curve.
For some groups,
Newbies enter on their own initiative.
Accompaniments absent along the steep learning curve.
Old members are inflexible, protect turf, and newbies are invisible.
Jargon, language, clichés, and expressions remain like solid food for newborn babies.
It’s a lonely experience.
You are likely to exit, except you meet one person who befriends you.
Entrance is because of a hospitable invitation.
There’s intentional accompaniment.
Gentle hands help climb the steep hill of learning.
Old members adapt, adjust, and accompany.
Jargon, language, clichés, and expressions are in “milk form” for newbies.
Learning is a joy.
You are 100% likely to stay.
Impactful change on individuals and societies
Relies on initiative, invitation, and innovation.
Accompaniment is intentional, intense, and inviting.
Jargon, language, clichés, and expressions are broken down into edible forms.
Which of these characterize your community, family, organization, parish, or ministry?