Here's a scrap of paper found near the body of dead child in Ravesnbruck concentration camp in Germany, the site where over 90,000 women and children during WWII:
"O Lord, remember not only men and women of good will, but ill will. But do not only remember the suffering they have inflicted on us, remember the fruits we have brought thanks to this suffering; our comradship, our loyalty, the courage, the generosity, the greatness of heart which has grown out of all this. And when they come to judgment, let the fruits that we have borne be their forgiveness. Amen. Amen. Amen."
The words remind me of another. God give me the grace to follow, emulating love of enemy in order that grace might triumph for, as one author has written, 'colossal evil is unprepared for an encounter with colossal grace.' May the colossal grace of Christ infuse our hearts, our marriages, our friendships, our workplaces, our relationships with our children, our neighbors, and yes, even our enemies. Amen. Amen. Amen.