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Heartbreaking on so many levels.
Easter Sunday the climax of holy week the resurrection of Christ ourLord, going from darkness into light. The most important date in theChristian calendar a time of hope for all humankind, but we wake upto the horror on Easter Sunday that the evil face of terrorism hasstruck yet again, this time in Sri Lanka, Not just at the Christiancommunity celebrating mass, but also tourist hotels while people arehaving breakfast. Even during the bloody civil war tourists were nota target and amazingly tourism carried on the only place out ofbounds was the Tamil area of the country. Indeed our thoughts andprayers are with the people of Sri Lanka it may seem like a clichébut you would have to have a heart of stone not to feel anything whenyou see the dreadful pictures in the papers and the TV coverage. Inthe words of the old spiritual hymn “We shall overcome some day”and indeed we must, good in the end will overcome evil, we have tostay steadfast in our beliefs. Do not let hate of these peopleconsume your hearts and twist your thinking most people are good, ifyou fall down in the street most people will come to your aid to seeif you are all right. The old saying “Keep the faith” is morerelevant today than it has ever been.