The last chapter represents a synthesis of what to take away from all the previous chapters. Based on the two principles of unthinking and rethinking interculturality, the fragments used here focus on language in discussions of interculturality (e.g. naming things), taking into account researchers’ and educators’ biographies and experiences in their work on the notion, working on interculturality so as to experience personal discomfort, making randomness a working principle in exploring ideas about interculturality and accepting contradictions in the way interculturality is ‘done’ in research and education, corresponding to the complexities of the notion as a social phenomenon. The chapter aims to build up a habit of both unthinking and rethinking, following thinking and ad infinitum for the reader.