The essence of the word ‘transition’ suggests change. Yet change is implicitly embedded within the concept of time, which in totality represents our experience of life in this world.
And life is temporary.
Therefore, it is much more meaningful to understand the word ‘transition’ as temporary.
The logical next question would then be, when does the transition ends, and what’s next?
Let’s take an example.
Is gene a way for a human to make another human or is human a way for a gene to make another gene?
Whilst evolution theorists would fancy the later, it would be silly to dismiss the former.
Transition is indeed temporary, but it does not mean it can not possess important purpose or meaning.
In fact, it has to.
Because if the transition has no meaning, then being a human is just the same as being a gene.