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Students Return from Holy Days Break

Author: Hyabiel Daniel  | Student, Living Education – Charlotte, 2023-24

As Living Education students return from their break during the Holy Days, a palpable sense of renewed determination fills the air. With just three weeks remaining until graduation, each day becomes an opportunity to seize the moment and make the most of their remaining time in the classroom.

The break served as more than just a pause in their studies; it was a period of reflection and realignment. Now, as they step back into the classroom, they bring with them a renewed sense of purpose and an eagerness to dive back into their studies.

Every lecture, discussion, and assignment takes on added significance as students strive to finish strong. They approach their remaining coursework with newfound vigour, eager to absorb as much knowledge as possible and to apply it in meaningful ways.

But it’s not just about academics. The bonds forged during their time at Living Education run deep, and as students reconnect with their peers, they find strength in community and support in their shared journey towards graduation.

As the days fly by, the reality of graduation draws nearer, and with it, a mix of excitement and nostalgia. They reflect on the journey that brought them to this moment – the challenges overcome, the friendships forged, and the lessons learned along the way.

Yet, amidst the flurry of activity, there’s a sense of anticipation for what lies ahead. Graduation marks not just the end of their time at Living Education, but the beginning of a new chapter filled with endless possibilities.

In these final weeks, Living Education students stand on the precipice of a bright future, armed with the knowledge, skills, and values that will guide them in the years to come. As they prepare to take their next steps, they do so with hearts full of gratitude for the experiences shared and the memories made, ready to embrace whatever the future may hold.

Hyabiel Daniel is a first-year Living Education Student. She is from London, United Kingdom, and typically attends the Seven Oaks Congregation. She enjoys studying social sciences and also loves spending time reading books, baking, and spending time with loved ones.