1. Christians do not revenge. They refuse to open the doors to possibly doing violence and revenge. St. Paul was realistic about the human heart when he wrote, “do not look for revenge but leave room for the wrath” (Rm.12/19) and St. Paul continued saying to let the anger of God do its own action. In fact, a better way to show revenge is to show more humanity. St. Paul suggested, “If your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him something to drink” (Rm.12/20). In the book of proverbs we are told never to wish bad things against the enemy (see Pr 24/17-18). Christians do not say, “sana ma-disgrasya sya” or “sana ma-karma sya”. If it is really that tough wishing that good things happen to enemies, do not wish bad things, try silence instead and observe the anger arising and passing. I am reminded of the Cain story where God tells the frustrated Cain to be careful, “ sin lies in wait at the door: its urge is for you, yet you can rule over it” (Gen.4/7).