Transcendence 2- Classroom Ascend and Transcend for Student

One aspect of transcendence that is often overlooked is that for something new to be created, something else must come to an end.  If your transcendent action is to become a more successful student, then many other actions will have to end, such as turning in assignments late or not studying for examinations.  

In the classroom setting, exposed as we are to new ideas and opportunities, it is easy to reach for the next best thing.  What we must equally understand, though, is that to create the space for newness to emerge, we must be willing to allow something else to end. 

What has brought you here – to this moment?




If you are to transcend your current state in the classroom, what actions must come to an end?


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