This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book explores Ubuntu or humanness, the southern African philosophy of life. It examines the Western subject through Buddhism and Ubuntu and metamorphs the subject from autonomous, separate, and individual to liberated, fluid, dynamic, and blissfully becoming in relations with all things. The book argues that the (re)shaping of ontology within institutions of higher education is conducted through the circulation of discourse and an authentic modeling of humanity at the site of each being-human. Imagine a higher education institution president who is instilled with an understanding of onto-educational philosophy. In practice, the implications of the new insights gleaned from the study are potentially transformative and far-reaching within the fields of higher education, student affairs, and education, in general. Ubuntu intensifies an understanding of the interconnectedness and interdependence of all living beings, and their indispensability in our collective being-becoming more human.