For some, the idea of the “greatest good for all” is an idea that they come by quite naturally. They are always considering others, before themselves. You may be this type of student in the classroom, always sharing notes and offering to help. This type of thinking certainly has its time and place.
However, with the broader perspective of situations provided by ascendance, we must remember to include ourselves when choosing actions for the “greatest good for all”. When you choose an action for the “greatest good for all”, know that the “all” includes you, too.
What has brought you here – to this moment?
In the classroom setting, are you more likely to be the person who leans on others or are you the person others lean upon? How does your answer make you feel?