It's useful to pause for a moment here to refresh this critical distinction, one with which graduates will already be familiar.
The shift to conveying the preparatory experiences of transformation through language alone, secondarily implies speaking about transformation in a more refined, sharper, more rigorous, more accurate, clearer way.
But primarily it implies deploying language itself to convey transformation. In the phrase "speaking about transformation", the word "about" becomes not only unnecessary but also misleading if not distracting. The shift to conveying transformation through language alone, implies "speaking transformation" - period ("about" is not required).
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