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By Tekla A. Syers

How easily we turn aside OOfrom our goals, OOfalter and give up, OOredirect ourselves into gloom OOand away from greatness OOwhen we’re unfamiliar OOwith the boundlessness within us.

We would push on OOif we only suspected OOour capacity.

We’re easily seduced, OOblocked, and exhausted OOwithout a vision to drive us, OOit’s sweet smell to lift us OOwhen we falter, OObrush us off OOand send us on our way.

Boundless capacity and vision OOof who we are OOand what we might accomplish OOis at the core of us… OOis the core of us, each of us.

This boundless core OOis the seed of our greatness OOsleeping within us, OOawaiting an opportunity to express.

Education reveals our boundlessness.

Education, OOnot training or containing, OOnot managing, overseeing, OObabysitting or policing.

The role of the educator, formal or otherwise, OOis to seek, OOrecognize, OOacknowledge, OOawaken, OOnurture, OOencourage, OOdevelop, OOand protect this revelation, OOthis unique core of greatness in each one.

This seed of greatness OOis the gift of us OOto the world, OOto the community, OOto our family, and ourselves.

As we cultivate this boundlessness OOin each one, OOin each generation, OOwe strengthen ourselves, OOour communities, and nations.

We are all made more resilient, OOinnovative, OOand relevant.

As we, in our daily capacity, educate OOand bring forth the greatness OOin each one we touch, OOthe best of all possible worlds is brought forth.



Tekla A. Syers resides in Chicago as a student and teacher of metaphysics; smitten grandmother; dabbler in culinary arts; semi-retired fund development and nonprofit management consultant; and a craftswoman. She enjoys music and art in myriad forms and makes time to observe and reflect on why folks and things are as they are.

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