Some people are walking on the streets and cry-out, “Ibagsak ang mga capitalismo, consumirismo, materialismo, individualismo at lahat na mga ismo.” But first and foremost, we forget to pull down, the akomismo, Ikawmismo, at tayomismo. According to John F. Kennedy, “Ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country.” It is our responsibility to do something for our country. We should not be slaved by our own selves by doing what we want to do. Freedom means many things to many people.  We can view freedom politically, as having the opportunity to vote for particular ideas, people, or parties which best represent our views.  Closely tied to this is the notion of freedom of speech, where one has the liberty to voice their personal opinion or perspective. Others understand freedom in a financial context, where people seek to free themselves of financial debt, outstanding credit, and burdensome loans. This is true freedom - Metanoia. God changes our heart by His Holy Spirit.  God makes us spiritually alive by giving us a new heart. This heart desires to love God.  It sees Jesus Christ as beautiful and desires to love Him as the Lord and Savior of our life.  By faith, we give our life to Jesus and receive His forgiveness and freedom from sin.  Not only this, but we are now free to do the very thing we were created to do – to honor and enjoy God forever.  And this joy in God is from our heart – our new heart given to us by God.