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You know your history. Today, the country commemorates its independence from Spain noong 1898 with the theme “Kalayaan 2020: Tungo sa Bansang Malaya, Nagbabayanihan, at Ligtas” or “Kalayaan 2020: Towards a Free, United, and Safe Nation.”

122 years na nagce-celebrate ang Pilipinas ng kalayaan, pero ikaw kaya kailan ka magce-celebrate ng kalayaan mo?

Or parang ang mas magandang tanong, willing ka bang lumaya?

Kasi kung willing ka, mas willing kaming tulungan ka kaya nga this article is for you.

Ready ka na?

‘Wag ka na lumayo sa theme. How do you move toward a free, united, and safe you?

Magiging malaya ka lang kung magpapalaya ka. Magpapalaya of constantly reliving your past.

“Our resistance to “what is” or “what was” will continue to be the source of our suffering as long as we carry the pain and hurt within us,” Tony Fahkry explained in his article How To Forgive And Heal The Past — Part 1 in Mission.org.

The past hurts and hindi mo ‘yun ide-deny. It wounded you. It shattered you. it broke you to pieces. It labeled you for so long pero sa paglaya mo sa bawat sakit, you are allowing healing to enter the scene.

Unite yourself with people. That pain is too much to bear, kailangan mo ng kasama.

Remember, the country would not have celebrated Independence Day if hindi tayo nag-sama-sama para ipaglaban ang kalayaang ‘to. So, do not isolate yourself thinking na kaya mo naman mag-isa or magiging pabigat ka lang kapag nag-open up ka.

May mga taong willing kang pakinggan at hindi ka iju-judge kahit gaano ka pa ka-broken.

If wala kang malalapitan, please, ‘wag kang mahiyang makipag-text sa amin sa 0999-227-1927 or call 8-737-0-777.

Safe ka kay Jesus. While it is helpful na i-kwento ‘yung story mo sa iba, kay Jesus mo lang matatagpuan ang healing na kailangan mo.

People can only listen and share with you tips paano maging malaya, pero Jesus is the only One who can set you free from the past and make you whole.

Naalala mo ‘yung The Passion of the Christ movie? ‘Yung pinapalabas sa TV tuwing Holy Week?

Para sa ‘yo ‘yun! What drove Jesus to be crucified on the cross and be raised from the dead on the 3rd day is because His passionate love for you. Ikaw ‘yung passion ni Christ na tinutukoy doon sa movie.

Sabi sa Isaiah 53: 4-5 NLT, “Yet it was our weaknesses he carried; it was our sorrows that weighed him down. And we thought his troubles were a punishment from God, a punishment for his own sins! But he was pierced for our rebellion, crushed for our sins. He was beaten so we could be whole. He was whipped so we could be healed.”

Wala kaming idea kung gaano ka nawasak ng past mo, pero sure kami that you can begin again today because of what Jesus has done.

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