Campaign created to promote tolerance and anti-violence in Sri Lanka during the times of war.
“… I don’t even think about that night anymore. They were drunk, they didn’t know what they were doing. I was just at the wrong place at the wrong time. Later, I heard that they were sorry. I am fine. I live a normal life now: going to work, out with friends, you know… I am fine, believe me…”
“I fell and hurt myself. Children can never sit still and so they get injured. It is nobody’s fault. I love my family. I will feel all better tomorrow, mommy says. Daddy is a good man.”
“I was discharged yesterday. The cuts will heal and the bruises are fading. I was just at the wrong place at the wrong time. They were only doing their job. Later, I heard that they were sorry. I am fine. In a few days I won’t even think about it anymore. Life will go on as usual… believe me…”
“I fell down and knocked myself on the kitchen table. It could happen to anyone. I am fine now. This swelling will go down by tonight. Of course I am happy. I have a loving family. My husband is a good man.”