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[vc_column_text]Proper introductions begin with names, so let me tell you mine — it’s Nick Harsh. Yes; I have heard every pun associated with my name that you can possibly imagine — no seriously.



Blogs are interesting. In one sense, they can prove to be excellent resources and helpful tools (I read and share them all the time). On the other hand, they are often unreviewed, self-published and egocentric. This means that some blogs are dispensable at best and destructive at worst. Big shocker, not everything you read online is helpful.

For me, writing is both how I think and how I communicate what I believe. The thoughts on this site are a little glimpse into my life and head. I’m glad you stopped by. Anything worth doing is worth doing poorly and I am certainly not immune to poor writing. But as Ben Franklin once said, “If you wou’d not be forgotten as soon as you are dead and rotten, either write things worth reading, or do things worth the writing.” 

I truly believe that the principle aim of a person’s life is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever (1 Corinthians 10:31, Psalm 16:11). A relationship with Jesus makes this possible (1 Peter 3:18). My hope is that the things you read here might cause you to see Jesus as supremely valuable and lead you to joyful worship of him (Philippians 2:9-11).