This book is about liberation of students' minds and hearts. In this book, education in Jordan is on the spot. I wondered how education could be made for what I call, "Dullness and Numbness of Minds". Paulo Freire's "Pedagogy of the Oppressed" evoked my vision about the very essence of education; I thought that Freire spoke to our hearts and souls by portraying the true picture of education not only in my country but in most developing countries. The Brazilian reformer railed against transmission the banking model of education; he expressed conviction that such education was a political ploy to keep the downtrodden in their place. Adding to Freire's ideology that will result in provoking students' minds, character education and instilling civic values in a country's youth will liberate their hearts as well. The problem is that the neglect of teaching ethics in our schools is adding more to corruption, submission and abjection. Accordingly, Arab Spring is a formula that should embrace the liberation of students' minds and hearts.