Even so, I think that possible changes are so called sacrifices for the greater good of the organization. I believe that something worth doing will involve some degree of sacrifice. There are always trade-offs to make to achieve a goal. Yes, changes will be a little painful and burdensome but when we can give meaning to our pain by realizing that it is taking us towards a greater good, then it becomes easier to handle. As President Duterte said in his latest SONA, “Genuine change is what the country truly needs”. And I totally agree, genuine moral change towards national development should be a concern for both the government and the Filipino people. Intellectually, we all accept the value of change, but we are not so enthusiastic when it comes down to us being the one who must change. But change can allow us to take actions in ways we wouldn’t have or even have thought about. To become more successful in our endeavor towards development and achieve the “Real Change”, we must first change something within ourselves first. Because success comes from the way we behave, and the way we behave reflects what we think and feel. Every public servant should be unified in this goal because unity is strength and strength comes in number. As Mahatma Gandhi quoted, “Be the change you want to see in the world”.