The Process of Healing

Five days ago, I wrote about the “cure” to the social cancer that has been crippling our country through endless and unrestrained selfishness and corruption in the government.

Twenty two years ago, we’ve had a healing process that took place during a People Power Revolution.

On the 25th of February, we will be celebrating People Power Revolution (Freedom Day) which has been considered as one of the most peaceful means of making changes and reforms in our government.

Resorting to peaceful means, made me believed that we had received lots of graces for our beloved country.

To heal the wounds of our people, after a peaceful revolution from a corrupt system of government was not an easy task.

Our new leaders saw it coming that whoever will lead the country after going through a corrupt government will have the hardest time of his life. Even if the leader is good enough , what about the people around him?

Some had become impatient and had lost their confidence to the new leaders of the country because of what the old leaders had done. They have not understood that in receiving graces, we need to carry our own cross and humble ourselves in order to see that changes have been slowly building up for our country’s sake.

With that kind of a loser attitude and a scenario of not being able to solve problems on poverty and corruption, as rich becomes richer, the poor becomes poorer, our country’s wounds got bigger and bigger. The country is continuously building billion-dollar loans from multinational companies all over the world. Most of our countrymen are leaving the country for greener pastures. We’ve suffered from brain drain and from some “irregularities” in order for a Filipino worker to send his loved ones to school and give them their basic needs. Until now, we cannot say that our economy is going strong because of these problems we are experiencing.

Now I am beginning to realize that maybe freedom, democracy, and prosperity would take hundreds of years to take effect in a certain country and for its people to enjoy the benefits of it. Although I do believe too, that we as a people are going through a “slowly but surely” kind of a healing process for our ever wounded and beloved country.


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